The colors exhibited by the giraffe bone scales are reminescent of photos of the fall foliage of the Great Smokey Mountains - greens, browns, greys and orange. Nicely ground drop point blade with a 1/8 inch spine thickness and 1 inch depth. The exposed portion of the rear of the full tang has a thong hole and leather thong. The handle belly is gently contoured which with the filed thumb rests on the blade spine, provides a comfortable and firm grip. Very nice. Blade Steel: S30V Satin Finish
ABOUT THE MAKER
Visit this maker's website: Scott Cook Knives. Scott made his first knife in 1991 while working as a hunting and fishing guide in Alaska. After spending four years as a part time maker, he was asked to join one of the top knife manufacturing companies in the United States. It was there that he honed and developed his knife making skills to an elevated level. Combining his knowledge in all aspects of the trade with his artistic talents and skills at the grinder, Scott is producing exceptional quality and a unique look in the custom knife world.Scott Cook Knives is dedicated to building hand crafted knives. Each knife that Scott creates has a unique artistic appeal and superior fit and finish. SCK maintains the highest standards, uses the finest materials and provides excellent customer service. Scott Cook Knives strives to produce the highest quality in each individual knife.