Whalemouth Slip Joint

This started out as a Nessie pattern but over time I think it has evolved. It now looks more like a Whalemouth. So from this day forward this will be the Whalemouth pattern for me. Does that make sense to you? Can you see it? I seem to write the same things most of the time: Blade and back spring are CPM154, the body with the integral front bolster is 416 stainless steel and the covers are Bark Mammoth Ivory. And as usual sport the Dellana Dot grip system. Closed length is 3 1/2", open is just a hair under 6".

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