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    Gralloching Knives by Emberleaf

    We are now stocking several hand-made knives by Emberleaf - below is their gralloching set in "Raffia" as the handle material. Steel is AEB-L. Raffia is available in Black, Red, Brown, or Orange. You can have any handle material you want though, even antler if you would like an old trophy turned into something useful.

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ID:	45535 600 for the pair in this specification. Sheaths included and can be stamped with your initials free of charge.

    The gralloching knive is not just for unzipping - it is more than capable of cutting through ribs etc and retaining its edge.

    The top knife in the picture is by far the most popular knife with our professional deer managers - over 30 sold in the last 2 months. 300 in standard handle spec.


    We also have several of their special editions here for sale:

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    Thanks for looking,
    Raker Ltd
    Last edited by Raker Ltd; 28-04-2015 at 11:28.

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    Would it not help if you had a web site that works, it looks like something from the eighties and works as well as something from the seventies ( there were no web sites then)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taff View Post
    Would it not help if you had a web site that works, it looks like something from the eighties and works as well as something from the seventies ( there were no web sites then)
    Couldn't agree more (the website hasn't changed since the 90's!) - the new website is imminent... until then the current website is good for a giggle!

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    In Woolly Mammoth ivory if I am not mistaken... (bottom knife)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greymaster View Post
    In Woolly Mammoth ivory if I am not mistaken... (bottom knife)
    Correct

    They've also produced Woolly Rhino ivory handled knives!

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    Am I missing something, their website seems ok to me, I'm not old enough to remember the 70's so I can't compare.....
    Opinions are like arseholes....... we all have them, and most of them stink

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    Emberleafs is great, rakers is just one page, with links that don,t work ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taff View Post
    Emberleafs is great, rakers is just one page, with links that don,t work ?
    Bump, and nearly there with the website - a few of the pages need some work but the new site is live.
    Welcome to Raker

    p.s. Afraid it's still not a touch on Emberleafs!

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