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Definitely not a pretty one but it's the only big knife I have (blade is 12 inches).

Story I was told was great, great grandpa made it way back in the day (he was the town blacksmith from 1893 - 1946) and used it for harvesting pigs. I've had it since I discovered it in an old barn on the family property back in the mid 1980s. I use it as my "truck knife" now.

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