Model 404 Boot Knife

404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3 1/2″ double edged blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown with engraved N. S. bolsters, rosewood liners, turquoise composite gemstone handle. Deluxe sheath with rattlesnake skin insert.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404 Boot Knife 3 1/2″ double-edged blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown “Ebony & Ivory” engraved N. S. bolster, with red liners and mini mosaic pins. Jet black ebony on one side, creamy white ivory marcata on the other.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3-1/2″ blade of 440-C., S.S. engraved brass bolster, red liners, cocobolo wood handle, deluxe sheath, with python skin insert.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3-1/2″ blade of 440-C., S.S. as shown with engraved nickel silver bolster, red liners and “alternative” ivory handle.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3-1/2″ blade of 440-C., S. S. as shown with birds-eye maplewood handle and red liners. The bolster was built from a metal composite of copper, brass and silver. It was developed by early Japanese swordsmiths for guards and other fittings. It is called Mokume-Gane (Japanese for wood grain), and is forged with as many as 54 alternating layers. By folding, cutting and twisting it they produce it in diamond, raindrop and random patterns.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3 1/2″ hollow ground, double edged blade with a mirror polish. As shown with an engraved nickel silver bolster, red liners and polished black water buffalo horn handle.

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404 Boot KnifeModel 404, Boot Knife: 3 1/2″ double-edged blade of 440C, S. S. as shown with black parachute cord-wrapped handle. Sheath dyed black.

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