Very useful for your historical camp, you can use it for eating or cooking.
This model of knife is a reproduction based on historical sources. It is correct for a large period of the middle age for medieval reenactment
The blade is made in cutlery steel HRC59, which sharpens very well. It is made with a double flat grind, also named "Scandi grind".
The scabbard is reproduced from the "Knives & Scabbards" book. It is sewn with a Campbell's waxed linen thread with the saddler point technique.
A wrist strap is provided, allowing the knife to be hung from a belt or hung up in your camp.
Maintenance Tips :
Use rapeseed oil to maintain the handle of your knife.
Clean and lubricate your blade regularly.