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AndyP

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Sep 30, 2005
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Had these in the Swap Shop for a few days with no joy..

Decided to sell them and buy new kit..

First is by Shing, Derbyshire..

Extremely heavy duty piece.. Substantially heavier and wider than the typical bushcrafter..

Blade is 4.5 inches, scandi grind in O1 Carbon tool steel.. 4mm stock.

Handle is Walnut attached to tang with Marron liners and stainless pins..

Has unusual orange kydex sheath with teklok.. allowing vertical and horizontal carry.. And traditional Leather sheath.. £130. SOLD PENDING FUNDS.









With Leather Sheath





Another by Shing..



Made from 4mm stock D2 steel..





Drop point 110mm scandi ground blade..





Furniture is from Buffalo horn attached with Red liners and stainless fittings, again 110mm.



Overall this knife is 220mm..



Comes complete with original sheath stamped Shing England..

This particular piece is quite weighty and built like a tank.. £130. NOW SOLD.



Again Shing.

The beautiful Wenge scales are attached with black liners and mosaic pins..

The knife is approx 9 inches overall with a 4 inch Scandi grind blade made from O1 tool steel.. It has a fully exposed, full length tang.. £120. NOW SOLD PENDING FUNDS

It had just started to spit with rain.. You can see the drops on the blade..









The last one is by Sheffield maker A Wright & Son.

Almost identical in profile and size to the Ray Mears 'Woodlore'

Blade is 4 inches, Scandi grind in O1 Carbon tool Steel.. 4mm stock.

Handle again is Walnut attached with stainless/brass pins..

Has horizontal carry handmade leather sheath.. £90. REDUCED NOW £75.. SOLD







Prices include RMSD next day postage.. International postage also included in the price..

If using Paypal please add the fees or send as a gift. Cash/cheque/bank transfer all ok also..

TFN.
Andy.
 

wolf man

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Sep 12, 2005
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Hi Andy

the Shing wenge blade looks interesting. Could you tell me what the thickness and depth of the blade is please

Cheers
 

Wild Thing

Native
Jan 2, 2009
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Torquay, Devon
Hi Andy

I like the first Shing.

If you still have it at the end of this week I may be able to buy it from you as I am waiting on some funds arriving in my bank.

Regards

Phill
 

AndyP

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Sep 30, 2005
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The buffalo is a cracker..

But to be honest and I will here, the one in Wenge scales is sublime and I thought that would have gone first..





:rolleyes:
 

wolf man

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Sep 12, 2005
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Hi Andy

could i have the Shing with wenge scales please.

Could you PM details for payment by cheque please

Many thanks
 

AndyP

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Sep 30, 2005
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Shing with Wenge scales now sold also..

Had a good day and all the others are sold so I'll reduce the Wright & Sons to £75 all in if that helps.
 

wolf man

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Sep 12, 2005
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Oxford
Andy

recieved the Shing with Wenge scales today. Many thanks its a beautiful blade and is destined for plenty of use.

The blade is covered in a waxy material, what's the best way to remove this?

Thanks once again
 

Woodcutter

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Feb 6, 2006
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Thought I recognised that shing! I did the scales, and sold it on BB, the wax is likely to be ren wax, a bit of white spirit on a cloth will take it off a treat. Enjoy