HONEY BONE HANDLE CRAFT KNIFE

honey bone handle craft knife

Item #: 22130
Was $129
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A grizzly story of survival

Five steel blades with a jigged honey bone handle!

The year: 1823. The setting: the South Dakota wilderness of the untamed American West. The situation: Hugh Glass finds himself alone and injured, almost 200 miles from the nearest settlement, having been mauled by a grizzly and robbed (by one of his fellow team members) of the trusty knife he had just used to fight off the bear. Did he give up? Of course not. Instead, he crawled for six weeks southward to his salvation, arriving alive at his destination on the Missouri River.

Hopefully you never find yourself in such a predicament. But if you do, make sure to keep your Honey Bone Handle Craft Knife by your side. We do not suggest fighting off grizzlies with it (or ever fighting grizzlies for that matter). But it is truly an impressive and useful knife. Adding to the classic knife design that was so popular on the American frontier, we’ve included five high-quality stainless steel blades for even more versatility. The handle is crafted from beautiful jigged honey bone, and when closed, the entire knife fits comfortably in your pocket, at only 4¼" long.

  • Stainless Steel Blades
  • 5 blades
  • Honey bone handle
  • open length : 19cm
  • Closed : 10.7cm
  • packaged in a Navy Box

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Honey Bone Cutter

Wanted this Pocket Knife for a long time. Noted on a "Pop-Up" in a package deal. Couldn''t resist. Great knife. Don''t intend to hunt Grizzley Bears, but must have strong finger nails to open blades. kEEP fingers out of blade closing area. Strong springs allow blades to snap back and would sever fingers to bone if in way of blades closing A penny or small washer will assist in opening the blades, if necessary. Don''t forget, Stauer''s is excellent for shopping their merchandise. Don''t know much about jewelry, but watches and other items definitely a place to go.

H L M.

Wheat Ridge, CO