Nessmuk - Mesquite Burl

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  • Regular price $370.00

 
  • This product is made from high carbon steel. Proper maintenance is essential to prevent rust.
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    First made popular in the 1880’s by George Washington "Nessmuk" Sears. The primary purpose of the design was for skinning wild game. The hump helped to control the tip of the knife, which helped to prevent from piercing organs. It can also be used to scrape fatty tissue from hides in preparation for tanning.

    Today the design is used as an all around outdoors blade. Perfect for processing small wood for tinder and kindling, skinning, food prep or general outdoors use. 

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    • 1/8” 01 Tool Steel
    • Saber Grind
    • Finish: Forced Patina
    • Blade Length: Approx 5.5”
    • Overall Length: Approx 10”
    • Handle Materials: Mesquite Burl
    • Hardware: Brass
    • Sheaths are sold separately HERE.

Sheaths may be purchased on our site. They are made to order by Badger Claw Outfitters and will ship seperately from the rest of your order.