"Wilderness Trail Knife"

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  • STEEL: .285 thick stainless steel (CPM S35VN)
  • BLADE: 7 inches long & 2 1/2 inches wide
  • BLADE FINISH: Subdued Finish
  • HILT: None
  • HANDLE TYPE & SHAPE: Full tang Special Shape
  • HANDLE MATERIAL: Black, Natural, or Green Canvas Micarta
  • HANDLE RETAINERS: Solid pins or Hollow pins
  • WEIGHT: Approximately  23 oz.
  • SHEATH: Dark Brown leather pouch  (Optional multicarry available)

DESCRIPTION: The "WTK" is similar to the knife that David Beck did for the movie, "The Hunted."  However, there are some very significant differences.  First, it is made of a top quality stainless steel, so you don't have to worry as much about rust.  It has a longer blade and a different handle configuration.  I think the differences helps to enhance a very innovative design that has made quite an impact on the knife world.  You can get it in the regular pouch sheath or the multicarry sheath that accomodates attachments.  The detachable carry system allows you to carry it vertically with a vertical carry loop that can also serve as a strop. This multicarry sheath system also allows a small knife to be mounted on it or detached and worn on the belt.  

Price starts at $695.  

Customer Comments:

I have had my WTK that you made for me awhile now and I wanted to write and thank you very much.  I have been actively buying knives since I was about 12 years old and I got into buying custom knives when I was about 20years old.  The point is I wish that I could have found this knife back then because it would have saved me a lot of time and expense.  I had bought mass produced version of the tracker knife from a well established knife making company about ten years ago and it was pathetic compared to your.  I had to regrind the blade and drastically reshape the handle to bring it more in line with the original Tracker Knife profile.  Your WTK by contrast is fabulously functional.  The grip/haft on your knife fits my hand perfectly.  This is something that I can say about a very small handful of knives that I have purchased over the years.  Very few makers understand the ergonomics of the knife grip as you do.  Your WTK has one of the most complicated and elaborately shaped grips and yet I can find no fault in it.  So far no snags or hotspots have been found.  I LOVE THIS KNIFE!  Many thanks for your time, consideration and efforts on this project.  Regards, Anthony P. Benanti.

 



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