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Raboud Dagger Fetches $50,000

According to Dennis Friedly, it is his understanding that the $50,000 raised at auction for the Rabound Dagger will be split 50/50 between Wounded Warrior Outdoors and Wild Sheep Foundation. The WSF manages and restores wild sheep populations and their habitats worldwide.

PROCEEDS BENEFIT WOUNDED WARRIOR OUTDOORS AND WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION

The Raboud Dagger by award-winning knifemaker Dennis Friedly sold for $50,000 at a live auction this last January, with proceeds from the sale benefitting both Wounded Warrior Outdoors, Inc., and the Wild Sheep Foundation.

Sponsored by Heritage Collectables, the knife was auctioned during the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) Show in Reno, Nevada.

The dagger is named in honor of Ron Raboud, founder of Wounded Warrior Outdoors (WWO). The quote Sandra Brady scrimshawed on the handle is from the closing speech Raboud gave at the Wild Sheep Foundation Banquet in 2016.

“Wounded Warrior Outdoors is a non-profit charity providing recently wounded servicemen and women with therapeutic outdoor adventures across North America,” Dennis wrote. “WWO is a completely volunteer charity with no paid staff or needless overhead. It is an honor to work with these organizations.”

For more information contact Dennis Friedly, Dept. BL8, 12 Cottontail Lane E., Cody, WY 82414 307-527-6811 friedlyknives@hotmail.com, friedlyknives.com. For more on WWO, visit woundedwarrioroutdoors.com. For more on WSF, visit wildsheepfoundation.org.

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