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- Overall Length: 10"
- Blade Length: 4 1/2"
- Blade Material: 1095 High Carbon RC 56-58
- Black Canvas Micarta Handle
- Sheath: Black Kydex
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|Item Dimensions||—||—||5.6 x 11.8 x 1.4 in||—||1.5 x 11.5 x 4 in||4 x 17.5 x 1.13 in|
The Fieldcraft Knife was designed by The Brothers of Bushcraft, a coalition of men across North America focusing on sharing wilderness living skills of all categories. From tracking, to building shelters, the Brothers of Bushcraft make it a point to show the skills to all people, of all ages, from all over. The Fieldcraft Knife is the culmination of their knowledge, combining experiences from; the broad and humid rain forests, the arid and scorpion-littered deserts, and the frigid northern lands that span the Americas. The handle is one of the most ergonomic ones on the market, sporting several useful additions. Although knives with a lot of frills often end up lacking, the additional items found on the Fieldcraft knife were selected from experience and critiqued in every step of design, development and production. Being made of canvas micarta, the handle will never let you down. The bow drill divot on the handle is frictionless and makes starting those primitive fires almost effortless. The "Thumb Scallops", formed on the hilt of the handle offer more comfort and control when using specialized carving and skinning grips. The pommel of the blade is simply the tang of the knife exposed enough to allow impact from a baton to not effect the handle (though the micarta is definitely tough enough to take such abuse). On the exposed pommel, you will find a scraper specially designed by one of The Brothers of Bushcraft, for striking Ferro rods in a safe and efficient manner. The Fieldcraft knife has had heavy duty abuse, and testing done in the wilderness of Canada, where local survival experts Mors Kochanski, Dr. Gino Ferri, and many others have deemed her a "Serviceable Field Knife". These words are exactly what she is meant to be. The TOPS Knives/Brothers of Bushcraft Fieldcraft Knife will do just about any chore that you can throw at her in a wilderness survival scenario.
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After a couple minutes stropping the edge with some green compound, the blade is razor sharp, quite sharp for a blade as thick as this. Being a thick blade, it is pretty heavy also, but the handle is ergonomic and very comfortable, quite possibly one of the most comfortable knives I own, I just don't notice the weight of this sharpened slab of 1095.
The sheath is nice, it retains the knife very well, but the belt clip isn't my favorite.
The magnesium/ferrocium fire starter and whistle are nice touches, although I would rather have just a fire steel. Speaking of the fire starter, it fits nice and snug in the loop provided in the sheath.
The notch for the fire starter seems hard to use, I just can't make it work, I've even seen the video by the guy that designed the notch, but I just can't make it work.
Haven't tried the bearing hole for the bow drill yet, but if it doesn't work well, like the notch it just won't matter.
As a camp knife, this isn't a one tool option for me, so a small pocket knife in addition to this would be perfect.
This does an excellent job of carving dead and green wood, I've used mostly on conifers and aspens being that's all I've got in Colorado. I don't baton wood, but I'm sure this will be excellent for that as well.
This knife was worth the price I paid, and seems like its gonna be a constant companion when I'm in the Rockies