If you’re looking for an affordable knife for your next adventure, the new Bushcrafter HC by L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives should do the trick. This spear point knife boasts a piece of 3/32 inch high carbon 1075 steel and comes with a 2 step patina to reduce rusting issues. The overall length is 8 1/4 inches and the cutting edge is 3 5/8 inches, which means it is capable of performing most of the tasks you need it to when you’re in the field. Meanwhile, the handle is barrel-shaped and has a single finger groove, as well as an alloy lanyard tube. It also features marine-grade epoxy, which really helps to hold the Micarta scales in place. L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives is selling the Bushcrafter HC without a sheath for $75. A JRE leather sheath option is also available for $105. See below for a rundown of features and specs, as well as a video introducing this product.
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* Comes with a 2 step patina
* Alloy lanyard hole
* Fisheye hardware
* Marine grade epoxy
* Overall Length: 8 1/4″
* Sharpened Edge: 3 5/8″
* Steel: 1075 high carbon steel
* Grind: Convex
* Handle: Natural Micarta
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For more information about the Bushcrafter HC, and the full range of products currently offered by L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives, please visit https://www.ltwrightknives.com
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