Inspired by one of the most influential Bushcrafters in Canada, Mors Kochanski, this knife, coupled with axe and saw, should provide for every need in the Boreal forests.
Hand forged from 5160 spring steel, this knife has a number of unique features. Near the tip is a small hole through the blade, which when coupled with a small nail, turns the knife into a levered cutter. Coupled with the brass tube in the handle, it can be lashed to a pole for harvesting foods and materials out of reach. The base of the handle features a hammer pommel: a hardened plate slotted and welded in place to serve as a striking surface. Also in the handle is a divot that enables the knife to be used as a bearing block for traditional bowdrill firemaking.
The handle is composed of heavy duty canvas micarta that is impervious to the elements and provides a solid grip even when wet.
Overall length: 6 3/4"
Blade: 3 1/4"
Width: 1 1/8"
Blade material: 5160 spring steel