Pine Creek Hunter

SKU
165488
Date Added:
11/02/17
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0
Price: $275.00 Sale Price: $175.00
Overview
This spear point hunter is similar to the Nessmuk skinner but has a lower point and longer blade making the knife more versatile. The blade is flat ground with a hand-rubbed satin finish.  The knife has full tang construction with a cryogenically heat treated blade with thickness of .101" and depth of 1.265" inches.  Handle is resin impregnated Norwegian Spruce cone with copper bolsters and red liners. Mosaic pins. Comes with premium veggie tanned leather sheath soaked in bee's wax. New from maker. Beautiful piece with outstanding fit and finish.
Product Details
  • Blade Length
    4.5
  • Overall Length
    9.5
  • Weight (oz)
    5.9
  • Source
    From Maker
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Full Tang, Has Sheath
  • Blade Material
    154 CM
  • Blade Details
    Drop Point, Spear Point
  • Handle Material
    Metallic, Wood
ABOUT THE MAKER
Bolden, Joel
I was born on July 16th, 1944 in Lackawanna, NY (just south of Buffalo). I joined the Navy in Feb. 1962 and retired as a Senior Chief Petty Officer (E-8) on April 30th, 1984. I spent most of my career overseas and/or riding fast attack subs.We lived in the country, and I worked summers on my cousin's farm in North Collins, NY. Everybody in the family hunted, fished, camped, etc. My father ran a small gun business for a while. He was an avid collector of any kind of weapon. I had my first knife at six years old (Imperial Kamp King - faux Boy Scout knife). I grew up reading Kephart, Nessmuk, Olson, etc.I started making knives in 1996. I started with old Sandvik files and did them almost entirely by hand. I discovered Bob Engnath a couple years before he died, and started buying stainless blades from him. I eventually bought a small 1" x 30" grinder and started grinding 440C and ATS-34, mainly. I moved on to a Sears 2" x 42" grinder and ran that for eight years until buying a KMG a couple years ago. I still have all three and use them all.I build all kinds of different designs; some are mine and some are old, historical patterns done in modern steels/materials. I work mainly in D-2 and 154CM, but also use S-30V and BG-42 (when I can get some). I use all sorts of handle materials. Now that I'm retired, I have more time to devote to making knives. I do take orders, normally only for my own designs, but I prefer to build and sell my own."
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