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Small, elegant, and simple knife for basic tasks in the field. Styled in a classic Finnish shape. The knife is made from high-quality 80CrV2 (NCV1 1.2235) carbon tool steel with a hardness of 59-60 HRC. The blade is satin-finished. Specially designed for all types of tasks, it is an ideal partner for starting a fire using a firestarter.

The flat semi-full grind along with properly hardened steel of this thickness works perfectly in the field. The knife is durable and at the same time provides high cutting quality.

The handle is made from ash wood with an interesting grain pattern, fastened with black screws. Sheathed in a black bovine leather scabbard, decorated with stitching. It was sewn in Poland.




Blade: Carbon tool steel 80CrV2,

thickness 3 mm (0.1181"), hardness 59-60 HRC

Blade coating/finish: Satin

Handle: Ash wood

Sheath hand-sewn from natural leather in black color. Decorated with stitching and riveted with silver rivets to give the sheath an elegant look and durability.

Weight: 100 g (3.53 oz.)

Overall length: 190 mm (7.48")

Blade length: 95 mm (3.74")

Blade width: 24 mm (0.94")

It all started with DIY in a home garage, after watching a YouTube video entitled "How to Make a Knife" or something like that .. I also wanted to try my hand. I am talking about 2016, when I made my first knives (some of them have not seen the light of day so far). This is how my adventure with fulltime knifemaking began, one order, then another, in a word - continuous development. Until the day when I was forced to open an online store to be able to control my orders. - Daniel, he's the boss of this gang.

Of course, I'm not working alone at the moment :)

We also have Janek - knifemaker and accountant in one. An interesting thing, because he escaped from one paper into another (we are talking about abrasive ones here) :) He will sand, stick, sharpen if necessary. He's always got new ideas.

and Szymon - he has dealt with knives for a long time, but occasionally, while in our company he is an electrical-electronic technologist

In this way, we create a small team for working with knives: D