Timber Wolf Homesteader Knife With Sheath - Stainless Steel Blade, Wooden Handle, Brass Guard And Pommel - Length 16 1/4”
$39.99
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  • A fixed blade knife that makes those cutting and chopping tasks on your homestead easy to conquer with no trouble
  • It has a massive, keenly sharp 10 3/4” stainless steel blade with a blood groove and a brass handguard to match the brass pommel
  • The handsome wooden handle is crafted in thin bands of rich browns bookended by thin bands of smoky greys
  • The 16 1/4” overall fixed blade knife fits like a glove in its premium, genuine leather belt sheath, which has a snap closure


Timber Wolf’s Homesteader Knife makes those cutting and chopping tasks on your homestead easy to conquer. The fixed blade knife has a massive, keenly sharp 10 3/4” stainless steel blade with a blood groove and a brass handguard to match the brass pommel. The handsome wooden handle is crafted in thin bands of rich browns bookended by thin bands of smoky greys. The 16 1/4” overall fixed blade knife fits like a glove in its premium, genuine leather belt sheath, which has a snap closure. When you’re looking for a workhorse knife you can depend on, Timber Wolf is always your go-to!


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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Timothy Rausch Jr
Jan 15, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Heavier than expected

The knife overall was bigger/heavier than I thought it'd be, and the blade was quite sharp. This is my first experience with a 'genuine leather sheath', I was not expected for the leather smell that the sheath gives off.

 


Nov 28, 2018
(3 out of 5)
You get what you pay for.

It's an alright blade. Pros, good balance, comes sharp enough to pass the paper test, looks nice, and the sheath is pretty sturdy. Cons, it's not completely straight, there's a little rattle room in the sheath, and the tip bent over with a relatively light thrust into wood. Summary, you get what you pay for. Even then, I'd prefer it to be a little cheaper.

 

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