K-Country Damascus Hunter
Horse and horseshoes depicted in the bolsters are some of the highlights in this upscale hunting knife.
- OAL:8.25 "BL: 4"
- Rockwell Hardness C 59
- M. Norris stainless ladder damascus blade
- Mosaic Damascus bolsters G. Weinland
- Mammoth ivory handle scales
- Gold inlaid and carved pins
- Fileworked spine
Featured in Kunst in Stahl, Art in Steel, ISBN-10: 3938711582 and Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine February / March 2012, page 40.
A solid hunting knife with a spectacular mammoth ivory handle, that has been fastened with sculpted and 10 ct gold inlaid pins. The bolsters are forged by G. Weinand of Montana and depict Horses and Horseshoes. Dovetailed bolsters and all the joints between the ivory and metals have a ever so slight been rounded. This is to
prevent any possible sharp edges during movement of the ivory. As well, the Mosaic Damascus bolsters are fitted with hidden pin construction, to have no visible distraction from the damascus. The Mike Norris Damascus blade was deeply etched and finished to a high degree. The knife has file work all around for some additional class. Comes with a lined molded cowhide sheath.