Sold/Expired *SOLD* with WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

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This is a great camping knife! It’s made from 1095 high carbon steel, and has curly maple handles. Blade length is about 5.5 inches, and comes with a nice Jack Russell leather sheath. There is some slight wear on the knife and holster. Asking $55 *SOLD*

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The first “I’ll take it” followed by PayPal, gets it! Thanks.
 
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WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

Looks like something daniel Boone would carry. I can barely afford flashlights and you guys collect knives also? I assume the pits are natural to the blades character?
 
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Re: WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

I like that! I’ll take her.
 

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Re: WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

I’m actually not a collector of knives, but I do like them. I’m not sure if this was hand forged, or if the metal stock just came with the “character marks”. It’s a pretty neat knife! I plan on building some custom knives eventually.
 
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Re: WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

I think it’s just the way he made them. It’s a working knife. I’ll put her to good use. PayPal sent my friend
 

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Re: WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

I took it camping a couple times and it worked great! I just upgraded to using a small axe, and my multi-tool knives, for most tasks.
 

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Re: WTS: Jeff White Kephart fixed blade

I think he might be out of the knife making business. Not sure but, like his work.
 

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Jeff is done I had heard a few years back he had a mild stroke and it put an end to his work. The man was known for making good quality low priced working mans knives. He has a protege’ that puts out some awesome blades. Congrats thermal guy it will serve you well. If for whatever reason you don’t like it you know who to holler at. Ive owned a few and some of the handles could have used some refining but I never had a complaint on the blades.
 

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Hey thanks guys. I’m not a guy who likes flashy stuff meant to put on a shelf. That’s why this caught my eye. I do a fair bit of camping and always use my trail master Bowie.bought it brand new in 86 or 87. It has done me well and doesn’t owe me a thing but this will go with me next camping trip as well. It just looks perfect for smaller work around
 

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Knife got here just fine. God it feels good in the hand This is exactly the kind of knife I was looking for. Looks very rugged. Thank you my friend.
 
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