Designed for Casström by renowned English, custom knife maker Alan Wood. Alan's brief was to deliver a hunter’s knife of minimum dimensions, which was still efficient in use. His design, in combination with the materials he selected makes this a very beautiful yet highly resilient piece of kit, ideal for skinning small deer such as roe and muntjac.
Blade: 6cm long, Swedish stainless steel with a hollow grind and a full tapering tang.
Handle: Resin stabilised Curly Birch which is tough, waterproof and maintenance free, it's shape makes for a knife that is very nicely balanced and comfortable.
Sheath: Sturdy leather with belt loop.
About the steel: Sandvik 12C27 is a very popular stainless steel often used in Scandinavian knives due to a good combination edge performance (stability and ability to take an edge), high hardness and good corrosion resistance. Blade re-sharpening is easy and edge stability in terms of micro-chipping and edge folding or rolling is also good. Steel analysis: C 0.60%, Si 0.40%, Mn 0.40%, P(max) 0.025%, S(max) 0.01%, Cr 13.5%
About the designer: Alan Wood has been a professional knife maker since 1985 and has become the UK’s most emulated craftsman due to his practical and attractive designs. He is also well known for his collaboration with survival expert Ray Mears.
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