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This is a handy little trout or personal knife in tactical dress. A CPM154 stainless blade, stainless damascus bolsters, and carbon fiber scales make up this knife.

Stainless damascus blade, stainless bolsters, and koa with a marble like grain make up this trout knife.

This trout knife has a CPM154 stainless blade and stainless damascus scales with textured pins and a single carved line separating the bolster area from the rest of the handle.

This little knife was ordered for a lady, and is her purse knife. The blade is CPM154 stainless steel, liners are titanium, scales are white mother of pearl, and the bolsters are precious metal mokume gane, 18k gold and sterling silver.

his is a pen and knife set in the Techno-Art style. Damascus steel, titanium, stainless steel, and black cellulose acetate are used

This fully carved trout knife has a stainless damascus blade, stainless and bronze fittings, and a stabilized box elder burl handle. Ray Cover engraved the guard with scrolls and flies. This knife was made as part of a set that included 3 Ray Cover hand made fly rods.

"Rabid Antelope" was so named by its owner because it is based upon Broadwell's "Impala" dress knife, but is a good deal larger and in tactical mode. The blade was flat ground from CPM154 stainless steel and given a textured ricasso. Liners and bolsters are titanium and anodized a golden bronze. Scales are black Micarta.