Bushcraft Knives

Since taking a survival skills class at the age of 10 I have had a fascination with all things "Bushcraft". At the time I just knew it as survival or wilderness skills. According to Wikipedia Bushcraft: The origin of the phrase "bushcraft" comes from skills used in the bush country of Australia. Often the phrases "wilderness skills" or "woodcraft" are used as they describe skills used all over the world. Due to recent requests I have developed a new line of knives geared for the bushcraft community. These are made with 80CrV2 steel with either a blued or stonewashed finish to minimize oxidation in the field. All are scandi ground at 11.5 degrees and as my thumb will attest, they are sharp!

Bushcraft EDC
Bushcraft EDC

This beautiful blade is bead blasted with a blued finish, crosscut Bois D'arc handle and carbon fiber pins.

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Bushcraft EDC
Bushcraft EDC

This stone washed blade pairs nicely with the black Linen Micarta handle and carbon fiber pins giving an unassuming subdued finish yet built for work.

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Tern Lake Drop Point
Tern Lake Drop Point

Based off of our Special Warfighter model this is has the guard removed. Blued and tumbled steel with curly Poplar handle.

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Moose Pass Special
Moose Pass Special

The same as our Special Warfighter but with a Scandi grind. This one features a stonewashed finish, black Linen Micarta and copper pins.

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Texas Survivor
Texas Survivor

This is a workhorse of a knife with a square spine for your ferro rod, a flat but for impact work and a Scandi grind. The Textured G-10 gives optimal grip without being uncomfortable.

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