Overall length: 220 mm
Blade length: 113 mm
Blade thickness: 4 mm
Blade width: 40 mm
Blade Rockwell hardness 57-58 HRC
Collectible hunting knife “Agile predator. The fox” was made by hand for 90 days. Its appearance is impressive: the hands of a skilled master perform the engraving of the blade and handle. First, the blade goes through the process of casting and forging, and then it is engraved, and then connected to the handle, which is processed and issued separately.
The Bohler N695 steel blade will retain its original appearance for a long time. An engraving of a fox and a capercailzie against a forest background – a magnificent painting, made directly on the blade of a knife, looks like a work of art. A hand satin finish involves sanding the blade in one direction with increasing degrees of a fine abrasive. A satin finish shows the bevels of the blade, showcasing the lines of the knife, while reducing its reflective glare. The handle is made of mammoth bone; it is applied to the image of the fox. The handle also has a special notch for the finger, which makes the knife look like a hunter’s weapon.
Included with the knife is a stand made of wood and mammoth tusk elements, a decorative box and two pairs of gloves to demonstrate the specimen.