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Genuine Damascus Knives stamped with makers name & USA, all are approx 9" long. $75 shipped. Sheaths can be carried conventionally or cross draw. The steel is made from layers of 1095 & 15N20 tool steels. Handle materials; top is ram horn, 2nd bone, 3rd layered hard wood, 4th black micarta & 5th bone.

Tool steel can rust, keep a light coat of oil on em & don't store em in their sheaths.



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Aren't these knives made in Pakistan?

And aren't these "dealer display" photos?

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No. USA is stamped on all the knives. They're made in New York

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No. USA is stamped on all the knives. They're made in New York
I know their stamped USA, but I cannot find any information on where they are actually manufactured.

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I'm just thinning my collection. I don't buy junk, if you don't like em ok. But these are high quality knives, hand made in the usa.

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Actually, I was thinking about buyin one, but want to know who, and where they were made.
Their all over the internet and look good but, theres no info on the company or the steel.

Black Momba is another knife maker that "looks" similar to these Alonzo knives, but their origin is easy to locate.

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