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Sporting Outback Supplies :: Knives :: Fixed Blade Knives :: Jimmy Lile Licensed Reproduction Handmade #7 Hunting Knife

Jimmy Lile Licensed Reproduction Handmade #7 Hunting Knife
Jimmy Lile Licensed Reproduction Handmade #7 Hunting Knife 
Licensed handmade first reproduction of Jimmy Lile's #7 hunting knife. Jimmy Lile was known as one of the best custom knife makers of all time, and probably best known for making the Rambo 1 First Blood and Rambo II knives for Sylvester Stalone. Handmade with 420 J2 steel. Overall length is 8.5" and blade is 4" and laser etched "First Production Run". The handle is made of imported Brazilian hardwood. Full tang construction. Genuine leather sheath with a snap closure.

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29-07-2014
Milly (aka Wrangham Jane Eyre) entered her first Spaniel field trial at Bathurst on Saturday 26 July. The trial was organised by Sporting Spaniel Association of NSW. There were a total of 8 English Springer Spaniels, and the Open and Novice field trials were held concurrently under two judges. Milly came first in the novice trial, which moved her up to the open category in her next WGAA field trial. She crashed through Brambles and Blackberry bushes in her attempts to flush out rabbits. She had such a ball but had lots of battle wounds and scratches, including swollen eyes, to show for.

For pictures, see:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sporting-Outback-Supplies/311292365548774

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sporting-Spaniel-Association-of-NSW-Inc/223972039397


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