Bushcraft Knife
Designed by Ray Mears and copied by many. This style of knife has been in use for over a decade and is still very much sought after.

A flat Scandi ground blade profile, used by the Scandinavians for hundreds of years, makes this knife ideally suited to woodcutting and perfect for skinning and light splitting work. The flat grind is without a secondary bevel which aids in the ease of sharpening, a better cutting ability and strength whilst carving.


My version of this bushcraft knife has been taken from the Wilkinson Sword Woodlore, expertly crafted from O1 High Carbon Tool Steel which is strong and sharpens to a very fine edge. This knife will stand up to the rigours of the outdoor life, whether it be striking your firesteel for that all important fire, to battening, making feather sticks or paunching rabbits to general camp duties.
 
  • Hand-made by myself from 01 high carbon tool steel, heat treated and tempered to a rc of 58/59
  • Full tang: 110mm x 110mm x 4mm thick with 8mm plus scandi ground bevels.
  • Complete with its own handmade leather belt sheath, certificate of authenticity and knife care instructions


Prices start from £205.00  for this style of Bushcraft Knife                           

 1) Bushcraft knife with white Corian handle
 2) With green stabilised Box Elder Burr handle and crossdraw sheath
 3) Brown box elder burr handle and white fibre liners
 4) She Oak handle and black fibre liners
 5) White corian handle and black fibre liners
 6) Blue stabilised box elder burr handle, white fibre liners and mosaic pins
 7) Bushcraft knife with Bog Oak handle and white fibre liners.  Showing standard sheath
 8) Bushcraft knife with Curly Birch handle
 9) Birdseye Maple handle with black fibre liners
 10) With Oak handle and black fibre liners
 11) Dyed green stabilised box elder burr handle and white fibre liners
 12) Dyed green stabiliesd box elder burr handle and white fibre liners
  13) Bushcraft knife with brown stabilised box elder burr handle
 14) With Curly Birch handle and mosaic pins.  Matching handled firesteel + sheath with firesteel holder
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 16) With brown box elder burr
 17) Curly Birch handle
 18) Dyed green stabilised box elder burr handle
 19) Brown stabilised box elder handle.  Sheath with firesteel holder
 20) With blue stabilised box elder burr handle and white fibre liners
 21) With brown stabilised box elder burr handle
 22) With Bog Oak handle
 23) With stabilised brown box elder burr handle
 24) With Desert Ironwood handle and red fibre liners
 25) With Curly Birch handle and black fibre liners

 Review by Bushcraft & Survival Skills magazine - embed PDF