December 7th 1941 – a date that will live in infamy . . .
Another oh so sweet trapper from Kissing Cane and Kennesaw Cutlery . . .
Brass bolsters – mother of pearl – blue and red acrylic – etched bone – brass shield and spacers – you would think it would come across as too busy but it is so well done it works real well . . .
The blade etching is very good – again almost too much – but so well done it works . . .
Fit and finish will stand up against other makers – and their stuff costs 4 to 6 times as much – a look at the back side so you can get an idea of the fit and finish without the engraving and shield distracting you . . .
Kissing Crane knives are good stuff – and their “commemorative” line?? At $30 to $35 bucks apiece – the attention to detail and the way they carry out the “art work” ( for lack of a better description ) – the way the whole knife / scales / blade engraving comes together on any of them they are well worth the price of admission – any of them are a real nice addition to any collection . . .
What’s in YOUR pocket??
Have Fun! – Run the Gun! – and remember – Fish Heads are Cheap!!