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G10 Liner Neon Green - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

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G10 Liner Neon Green - Knife Handle Material

SKU: HMSL-G10Liner-NoeGr

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G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .030'x1.5'x6' Scales

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G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green.030'x12'x6' Sheet

$8.77
G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .030"x12"x12" Square

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$14.89
G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .030"x12"x24" Rectangle

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$25.77
G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green.060'x1.5'x6' Scales

  • Buy 2 for $3.47 each and save 6%
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G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .060"x12"x6" Sheet

$14.47
G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .060"x12"x12" Square

$24.55
G10 Liner Neon Green  - Knife Handle Material

G10 Liner Neon Green .060"x12"x24" Rectangle

$42.96


Details

G10 Liner

- Neon Green

- come in .030 and .060 scales and sheets


This g10 is .030" or .060" thick and used as liner or spacer in your knife handles.

It is called a liner when used on a full tang knife and sandwiched between a scale and the tang.

It is called a spacer when stacked in line in a full tang knife.

When it is used in a folder between the scale and metal liner it gets confusing. Call it a g10 liner.

The advantage to this material is it doesn't absorb water and comes in a wider assortment than traditional vulcanized liner material.

NOTE: For the picture, we used a nearly black tile and placed the material on a white note pad so you can best judge the color according to your computer monitors output.

TIP: This is g10 and needs to be really roughed up for glue to stick to it. Use a 36 or 40 grit abrasive and scratch every bit of you can for a good bond.

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