"Jefferson Spivey invented the Sabertooth out of need while living off the land on his historic 4000 mile, seven month horseback journey from The Pacific Ocean to The Atlantic in 1968. the Sabertooth proved itself indispensible when, in 1984, he rode from Canada down the Rocky Mountains to Mexico and subsequently, on all his wilderness journeys.
Now anyone can own a piece of this unique American history. The Sabertooth is a hatchet, saw and knife. It is perfectly suited for backwoods survival. It’s the best tool for hunters, campers, mountain bikers, backpackers, fossil-digging archaeologists, and the military. the overall length is 12 ¾ inches, blade 7 ½ inches.
The classic double row of biangular teeth on a sloping spine is the most effective saw on a knife ever designed. in tests, the saw cut through a 1 ¾ inch iron pipe and show no damage to the teeth, So cutting bone or wood will be an easy task. Made with steel used for tank armor, you can be sure the Sabertooth is tough. The knives are individually serialized and fitted with high-impact handles and a leather sheath with a security-strap."
A few light scratches on flats of blade. Number 128. Includes original sheath and "Wind Drinker" by Jefferson Spivey - the story of his horseback trailblazing across the US and Africa during which the knife was invented and tested.
|Blade Materials||4130 Chromolybdenum Steel|
|Handle Materials||Black Polymer|