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I picked up a few more knives for my collection the other day..

A Buck 190, 347, 501, & a 102. A couple Case Sodbusters, one sr and one jr. The last one is incredibly cool.. it's handmade, has a 6.5" blade made from a file. It is really, really well done.
I'd just like to find the knife maker & see his/her other stuff.

First shot is the group. Second is a closer pic of the knife itself.. third is a pic of the JH marking on the blade..

Take a look.. if anyone has an idea, let me know.
 

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All I found was JH hoof knives but anyone could stamp the initials , blades looks made from a file, handle maybe micarta
 

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All I found was JH hoof knives but anyone could stamp the initials , blades looks made from a file, handle maybe micarta
Yea, I found that too, but he doesn't do the JH the same. This is pretty distinctive.

Whats frustrating, is I found one last night on my phone under Arizona custom knives. I eroniously thought they were a knife maker. After looking today, I find they simply sell custom knives.. all brands.
and, of course, I couldn't find the knife I saw last night.
 
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