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    SOLD: Enzo Trapper knife D2

    Up for sale is my Enzo trapper knife in D2 steel, scandi grind, green micarta scales. Used a couple of times, good condition.

    75.00 shipped
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    any other details on the specs, i would like to buy this now but have learned my lesson buying things at 1:30 am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukesteg View Post
    Up for sale is my Enzo trapper knife in D2 steel, scandi grind, green micarta scales. Used a couple of times, good condition.

    75.00 shipped
    Nice knife, kit or purchased?

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    I just had to finish the scales
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukesteg View Post
    I just had to finish the scales
    That's the one part I don't have a clue how to do. The rest of it I have a bit of an idea at least

    Cry-Here are the specs on the knife below, they're great "bush knives", full tang and all, you can baton without breaking fears, etc, and I'd probably have one but for the fact that I have my Helle Temagami which is also bulletproof but about half again the cost. I understand the purchase at 1:30am thing, but these are hard to go awry with (I'd buy it here, almost did, but I have the Temagami and way too many knives about). Anyway, the specs:

    EnZo Trapper Specs

    Blade length: 95 mm
    Blade width: 25 mm
    Blade thickness: 3.6 mm
    Total: 210 mm
    Ground: Flat-(IN THIS CASE SCANDINAVIAN)
    Finish: Satin
    Steel: D2

    So buy it already and keep me from doing something I shouldn't and getting me in trouble with The Boss
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    Thanks for posting the specs man.
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    Not a problem, glad to be of help. They are beautiful knives in a functional way.

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    Ok it's a good time of day to buy. I'll take it.
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    Just got the knife and it looks great but the sheath belt loop seems to have been pulled out out where it is stitched to the main body of the sheath and so the floppy second loop does not stay on. This should have been mentioned on the fore sale page but the knife itself is sharp as a razor and has a full mirror finish (Awesome). So what might you recommend I do for the belt loop since right now there is none, I am thinking a grommet might work. Also, what is your system for sharpening this knife to such a polish? I have a few stones up to about 1000 grit but I know D2 can be very tough to work with when it's time to sharpen. Thanks again for the knife if will be put to good use.
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