Stock: Just one available, the knife you see is the one you'll receive.
The Huntsman is one of our most popular bushcraft knives. It is designed to handle hunting chores as well as bushcraft tasks; skinning, gutting, woodcarving, batonning logs, shelter building, etc. The drop-point blade has substantial belly curvature and a tall height, useful in various hunting and/or game preparation grips. This is a versatile hunting knife which can be just as useful in the woods in the off-season.
Blade Finish: This one has a rustic copper finish on the blade. It is a patina made by a product called "plumb brown" which is an old alternative to gun blue. I've always wanted to try it out on a knife, and couldn't resist going with a copper theme throughout. The finish is a bit prone to scuff and darken, even hard smudging with your fingers may darken the copper finish to a dark brown or grey, so be careful if you don't want that look immediately -- though I think the splotchy darkness adds to the rustic feel. I'm going to add this finish to one of my future users. This patina does protect the O1 against rust.
Blade Length: 4 inches
Overall Length: 8-1/2 inches
Steel Type: O1 high carbon tool steel (59 rockwell)
Steel Thickness: 1/8
Edge Grind: full height convex
Handle Material: arizona desert ironwood (figure will vary)
Handle Liners: 1/8" natural brown canvas micarta, 1/32" orange g10 secondary liner
Hardware: copper loveless bolts & tubing
Handle Thickness: 4/5
Note: matching firesteels may be shipped separately. No additional shipping fees would be charged.