The Scout model is a collaboration between Joe Robinet and Adventure Sworn. The Scout, named after Joe's trusty dog, is based on the idea of the one cutting tool you would choose if you could only choose one.
Whether you're carving tent stakes, building a shelter, processing firewood, quartering a moose, or slicing up vegetables for a stew, the Scout will do it. Versatility is the concept with this model. In lightweight expeditions it replaces the need for a knife, saw, axe combination. It was also designed with every environment in mind; from the boreal forest to the desert; from the jungle to the tundra.
Measurements are in Inches
Overall Length: 13.5
Blade Length: 8
Blade Thickness: 5/32
Blade Steel: CPM 3V
Blade Edge Grind: saber convex
Handle Material: stabilized buckeye burl
Liners: black fiber
Note: this stabilized block of wood was a partially resin cast, but only a little bit of the amber colored resin is visible at the pommel (tried to show in pictures). It looks cool when it catches the light right.