New Bushcraft Knife

Bushcraft is a popular term for wilderness skills in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The term was popularized in the southern hemisphere by Les Hiddins (The Bush Tucker Man) in Australia as well as in the northern hemisphere by Mors Kochanski and recently gained considerable currency in the United Kingdom due to the popularity of Ray Mears and his bushcraft and survival television programs. It is also becoming popular in urban areas where the average person is separated from nature.

Bushcraft is about thriving in the natural environment, and the acquisition of the skills and knowledge to do so. Bushcraft skills include firecraft, tracking, hunting, fishing, shelter building, the use of tools such as knives and axes, foraging, hand-carving wood, container construction from natural materials, and rope and twine-making, among others.

Introducing the Georgia Bushcraft knife designed by Marc Lacrimosa and built by Shadow Tech knives

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Bush-crafting is here to stay.

Overall Length: 9″ inches
Blade Length: ” inches
Blade Thickness: 3/16 inches
Blade Finish: Powder Coat
Blade Steel: 1095 H.C
Handle Material: Micarta
Sheath Material: Kydex
Rockwell Hardness: 58-60
Screws: Stainless
SPEC 10: Warranty for Life
Made In: USA

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