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Username Post: Can someone help with a knife ID        (Topic#942500)
Milsurvive
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04-09-16 17:40.32 - Post#2624896    







This appears to be a very well made knife. Appears to have a stag handle and is about 8" long total with a 4" blade. No markings anywhere. The sheath is very well made and the only marking on it is an Indian chiefs head in a circle on the back side. The initials are the owners. Would anyone know the manufacturer? Many thanks in advance

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Milsurvive
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04-10-16 17:53.35 - Post#2624917    


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Milsurvive
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04-12-16 01:55.47 - Post#2624940    


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One of the family members indicated it was made by a friend of the owners who was in the local Rotary Club with him possibly in central California. If I find out any more will update the topic for posterity
 
brianWE
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04-15-16 12:43.37 - Post#2625050    


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cool. Do that.

One off knives are hard to identify....especially without known markings.
brianWE
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Milsurvive
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04-21-16 03:21.57 - Post#2625163    


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I was able to find out it was made by a Gentleman named Jim Thompson who was an attorney and Rotarian possibly in California
 


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