2 Clipped Hunters

Clipped Hunter – Green spalted maple

This knife has a little more length than the last 2, which would work well in the kitchen or in the field. This blade is made with thin 15N20 steel, and a full flat grind. With the blade geometry, this thing will slice for days.

Specs:

Blade Thickness: .065″
Blade Length: 4.5″
OAL: 9.5″
Handle: Spalted maple, dyed and stabilized green, with carbon fiber pins.

$140 USD, shipped to your door in Canada and the USA. Other areas please ask for a shipping quote.

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Clipped Hunter – Desert Ironwood

This knife has a little more length than the spear hunters. The handle on this one brings it up a notch. This blade is made with thin 15N20 steel, and a full flat grind. With the blade geometry, this thing will slice for days.

Specs:

Blade Thickness: .065″
Blade Length: 4.5″
OAL: 9.5″
Handle: Arizona Desert Ironwood, with carbon fiber pins.

$140 USD, shipped to your door in Canada and the USA. Other areas please ask for a shipping quote.

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Wa-Bocho and Wa-Petty

 

Here is a matching set that I made to bring to this year’s KTSA show in Kamloops. The link for the show is here: http://www.ktsa.ca/Gunshow.html

First up is a Wa-Bocho knife. Very similar to a Santoku, but with a slimmer profile. This is made from 15N20 steel. The handle is blue G10, curly Hawaiian Koa, and Gabon ebony.

 

Wa-Bocho:

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Second up is the petty. This is made from 15N20 steel. The handle is blue G10, curly Hawaiian Koa, and Gabon ebony.

Wa-Petty:

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Set:

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