Karesuando Eagle Knife
This is a very fine piece of handcraft made in the Swedish part of Lapland in a traditional Northern Scandinavian way.
The blade of the Karesuando Eagle knife is 10cm (4 inches) long, 2.1 cm wide and 2.5mm thick.
It is made from high quality 1770 carbon steel (HRC 57).
The blade extends with an internal tang that stretches approx 2.5" into the handle and is secured very firmly so that it will not come loose.
Karesuando offer a Lifetime Guarantee with this knife against defective workmanship.
The internal tang design is beneficial from a weight perspective.
The Handle is made from curly birch stained with a golden red/brown colour.
The Sheath is a traditional Sami style sheath made from cow hide and has a reindeer leather belt hanger attached to it and is decorated with a traditional pattern.
This knife is brilliant for hunting, fishing and forest activities. It is also suitable for carving and could be used in all kinds of outdoor activities such as survival exercises, bushcraft and camping.
It is illegal to supply a knife to anyone under the age of 18. Woodland Ways actively checks the details of all orders for knives, and other edged items. Should we be unable to confirm your eligibility, you will be asked to provide proof of age in the form of a photocopy of your drivers licence or passport.
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