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Steel Warrior Genuine Turquoise Bar 3 ¾” Doctor’s Knife w/ Pill Spatula Blade
- 440 Stainless Steel Blades
- Rockwell Tested to 56-58 HRC
- Drop Point & Spatula Blades
- Closed Length: 3 ¾”
- Brass Pins
- Brass Liners
- Crimped Nickel Silver Bolsters
- One-Of-A-Kind Turquoise Bar Handle
- Collector’s Edition Box
- Original Reproduction Pill Spatula Blade
- Collectible 2-Blade Doctor’s Knife Frame
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This is a brand new, in-the-box Steel Warrior full-size Doctor’s Knife pocket knife. It is 3 ¾” closed in length. It has a genuine turquoise handle† ‡, channels made from a wide variety of different colored turquoise stones – the Turquoise Bar! The blades are highly polished 440 stainless steel and have been Rockwell tested to 56-58 HRC. There are 2 blades: a primary drop point and a pill spatula/tongue depressor blade. The knife has a Steel Warrior logo shield, brass pins and liners, and crimped nickel silver bolsters.
It comes in a special collector’s edition magnetic lid box. This knife is an extremely unique and beautiful offering – this handle is one-of-a-kind, and the unique Doctor’s Knife frame can’t be found anywhere else. Collectors: You can’t pass this up; on top of everything else, it’s a Doctor’s Knife…EDC: You may want to carry this one just to show off to your friends and colleagues (don’t forget that watermelon tasting!)…Gift Giving: They will remember who gave them this knife!!
All items are guaranteed to be as described and are in brand new, in-the-box/package condition. Items have never been sharpened or carried.
† Due to the nature of natural materials and man-made composite materials, knife handles made from natural or composite materials may vary in appearance from the listing picture.
‡ All natural handle materials are used and collected in accordance with all federal and local laws. Bone materials are harvested from naturally deceased domestic cattle. Horn materials are harvested from naturally shed deer, cattle, buffalo, ox, sheep, or mammoth tooth (legally acquired).
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