The signature of our knives are the spent bullet cases inserted into the handle, which is a unique feature and used to secure the leather sheath also supplied with the knives.
Mike’s passion for ethical hunting with the well-being of the animal and species are as important to him as the quality of the food they provide as a consequence of the manner in which they are presented to us as food.
We have used the finest Swedish steel because of its suitability for hunting knives with a rockwell hardness of 54-61 HRC.
With a hardness range of 54-61 HRC, high toughness, scary sharpness and good corrosion resistance, Sandvik 12C27 is the recommended grade for hunting knives, pocket knives, camping knives, high-end chef’s knives and tactical knives.
Many knife owners attest to the strength of G-10 made with fibreglass.
That’s important to note, because glass fibres are what make the G-10 so tough. G-10 is impervious to water and wetness, which means there’s never any worry about the damp getting to it.
The laminated material is extremely durable, but at the same time it can be easily shaped and ground. The size of the handle is easily changed by adding or subtracting layers of fibreglass, and G-10 comes in a huge variety of colours.
This means that manufacturers can provide customers with a huge choice in every aspect of their handles, from the grip pattern and colour to the size and shape without having to spend a lot of extra time and money to make those different choices available.