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Arkansas Toothpick


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Arkansas ToothpickArkansas Toothpick

Overall Length: 19"

Blade Length: 13-7/8"

Blade Width: 1-5/8"

Blade Thickness:



Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Available

Engraving: Available

Sheath: Leather

This classic of the American mountain man was big enough to ward off unruly beasts, both on the trail and at the local trading post. The coffin shaped hardwood handle is accented with solid brass furniture. A must for every re-enactor or collector of American history. This is a classic design that is as functional as it is good looking. Rugged and solid in the hand. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Includes leather sheath. Sharpening available for an additional fee.
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    Overallgood but handle is crooked
    Reviewed by William  W
    10/16/2016 12:47:24 PM
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    Very good quality. Very pleased.
    Reviewed by Anonymous
    8/22/2015 6:02:59 PM
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    For the cost, this is a very nice knife and closely matches the description of Louis L'Amour's description of the Arkansas Toothpick, as he puts it, the Tinker Made knife.
    Reviewed by Thomas  R
    6/15/2015 9:06:24 AM
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    Totally love it just what I expected from you. It makes two knives I have bought & sharpened. Great knives! Love the Toothpick because i live in Arkansas!
    Reviewed by Billy  A
    12/19/2014 2:16:08 PM
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    This knife is very close to the Legendary " Tinker Made " knifes. I have two from my family hand me downs. I blacked the blade, and went hunting Overseas. I think this knife will do nicely in the field.
    Reviewed by Sgt. Ed  W
    9/15/2013 12:00:00 AM