If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts

November 21, 2017

If you want to make a unique and impressive gift to the hunter then this offer is for you. Custom made hunting knife is adorned with beautiful engraving. The blade is made of high-quality Austrian steel Bohler N695. Produced by traditional methods of metalwork and decoration: forging, hand engraving, polishing and fretwork. On one side handle is engraved pictures of fighting reindeer and roaring red deer on the other side. Floral ornaments are engraved on the both sides. A hand satin finish involves sanding the blade in one direction with increasing degrees of a fine abrasive. A satin finish shows the bevels of the blade, showcasing the lines of the knife, while reducing its reflective glare. Ebony handle with one finger groove and two titanium rivets. Forest landscape and decorative motifs are engraved on titanium guard. Luxury black leather sheath and handmade wooden box are in the set. Discover engraved knife collection at our catalogue.

If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts

If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts If you're looking for really unique, cool hunting gifts

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