Model 503 Wild Boar Hunting Knife

503-1Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440-C., S. S. as shown with double brass guard hand-stop and skull-crusher pommel cap. Added features for stronger gripping power is a brass sub-hilt and hand carved finger grips. Four sets of brass and black spacers frame the sections of presentation grade AA, AZ desert ironwood. Shown with a deluxe sheath with rattlesnake skin insert and a shoulder harness rig.

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503-2Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440-C., S. S. with 5" sharpened top edge. As shown with double brass guard and matching brass pommel cap and hand stop (with thong hole). Finger grip handle and matching wood scabbard both built from a block of Presentation Grade A. A. AZ Desert Ironwood. A prime example of Mother Nature's handiwork at her very best!

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503-3Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: I deeply etch a wild boar into the right side of every boar blade I build. After your first boar kill with this knife, I will be happy to acid-etch the date and place of your greatest hunting experience next to the boar.

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503-4Model 503, Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440C, S. S. as shown with double brass guard and pointed "Skull Crusher" brass pommel cap. Two sets of black, gray and red spacers. Honduran rosewood handle.

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503-5Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown a matched pair with double brass guard, round brass pommel cap and brass hand stop with thong hold. Two sets of red and brass spacers frame the contoured handles of cocobolo wood.

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503-6Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown with a double brass guard, round brass pommel cap and brass hand stop with thong hole. Two sets of red/brass spacers and an African blackwood handle.

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503-7Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440C, S. S. as shown with double brass guard, brass sub-hilt and brass pommel cap. Four sets of brass/red spacers frame all the parts. The hidden tang handle was built with stacked leather washers cut from thick, tough water buffalo hide.

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503-8Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 4400-C., S.S. as shown with double brass guard, sub-hilt, hand stop, and brass skull crusher. Five sets of red spacers frame the Sanbar stag handle. Water Buffalo hide sheath set up for low carry method, with leg tie down.

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503-9Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: 7 1/2" blade of 440-C., S.S. as shown, a matched set with nickel silver double guards, hand stops and pommel caps. Each with a stacked leather washer handle.

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Testimonial

Jay,

I don’t even know where to start. The boar hunting knife has been a dream come true. My grand father taught me how to make knives along time ago and I know workmanship when I see it. Most people don’t believe me when I tell them I don’t use a gun for boar hunting I only use the knife you made me but that doesn’t bother me. Jay the knife you made me is the pinnacle of my collection and will remain an heirloom in my family and as long as that knife exists. And if there is a breath in me I will sing your praise every time I show it to someone else (which is quite often). I would imagine the pigs down here fear your name, please sir keep up the good work.

Respectfully, Buck

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503-10Model 503 Wild Boar Hunter: This sub-hilt model is set up with a horizontal carry, cross draw, sheath. It will be worn in the small of the back, handle facing towards the right, for a right-handed draw. The knife has brass fittings, framed with 5 red spacers, and a brushed ironwood handle, in Presentation Grade A.

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Jay- Thanx for the beautiful knife. The Wild Board Model - the quality and artistry are the bst I have seen - worth every penny. I don't think one could wear out the water buffalo scabbard in a lifetime. The heft of the handle and balance overall is great.
Sincerely,
Michael McCarthy