Drop point Hunter

This is not something i would normally take on but for repeat customers i sometimes make an exception because a customer relationship works both ways.

The blade is between 4 and 5″. The handle is a bit too long but the stock simply was so big so I’ll just cut off the excess.

The bevels will be flat ground. That should be simple because the blade bevels were forged in already.

Incidentally, the tongs in this picture were made by James Wood, and the hammer by Nathan Robertson

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