Condor Bushlore Micarta

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Condor Bushlore Micarta

78.99

This knife is probably as close to perfect as an out-of-the box bushcraft blade can be. Its durable, waterproof, fire-resistant Micarta scales feel just right in just about anyone’s hand. It has a 4-5/16” Scandi grind blade that’s perfect for processing tinder, carving wood, skinning animals, and more. At just over 12 ounces, it’s in the “Goldilocks Zone” of being not too light, but not too heavy. It’s big enough and sturdy enough to do things like baton firewood and cut down small trees. But it’s not too unwieldy to be good for fine detail work such as making triggers for traps or whittling spoons around the campfire. As an added bonus, it also features a 90-degree sharpened spine for striking ferro rods. If you’re looking for a great all-around small woods knife, this is your blade. 

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Dimensions:

Overall Length – 9-5/16”

Blade Length – 4-5/16”

Blade Thickness – 1/8”

Weight – 12.32 oz.

Materials:

Blade Material – 1075 high-carbon steel

Handle Material – Micarta

Grind – Scandi

Included – Black leather sheath