The largest outdoors knife I’ve made to date. It’s big by my standards but not quite a chopper. And while it is on the larger side, I made sure to keep it comfortable and manageable. For those of you who prefer larger knives or have larger than average hands, this is a good choice. If you’ve got small hands, you might want to steer clear of this one.
Handle: Curly English Sycamore with 1/8” Brown linen micarta liners (liners have a bit of a two-tone effect). Brass corby bolts and an oversized 3/8” lanyard tube.
Blade: 1/8” O1 tool steel. Scandi ground. hand rubbed finish on the flats with a sharp 90° spine.
Blade Length: 4.5” cutting edgle
Sheath sold separately.