The Mountaineer is one of our versatile general-use bushcraft knives. The blade is long enough for batonning through wood logs and slicing meat/food, but is also short enough for controlled woodworking. The nearly spear-pointed blade paired with the ergonomic coke bottle contoured handle make this knife truly excellent for use in the wilderness.
This "seconds" knife is discounted due to a cosmetic flaw; between the scale and the tang on the bottom (pommel) of the handle there is a "glue gap". The gap (which I tried to include a photo of) is of course is filled with epoxy and does not affect the function of the knife. The black liners make the line almost invisible. The ironwood is very dark on this one, and it does have some faint lines which appear like surface cracks, but they are just part of the wood's structure and don't affect anything.
Steel Type: O1 high carbon
Blade Length: 4-3/8 inches (110mm)
Overall Length: 9-3/8 inches (230mm)
Steel Thickness: 1/8" (3mm)
Edge Grind: scandi
Handle Material: arizona desert ironwood
Handle Liners: black g10
Hardware: aluminum loveless bolts & tubing
Handle Thickness: 4/5