This Camp Knife by James Behring features a hammer marked and satin finished blade with .203" blade stock and 1.719" blade depth, hidden tang construction. The handle has a copper guard, artifact fossil walrus ivory grip with a single copper pin, black/white/copper spacers. Comes with a hand brown leather sheath with belt loop by Warlander Leather. New from maker at the 2019 Blade Show. Comes with zippered case.
Has Sheath, Hidden Tang
0-1 Tool Steel
Straight Back, Upswept /Trailing
Metallic, Tusk & Tooth
ABOUT THE MAKER
BEHRING MADE strives to make the best knives available in the market. James and his team of craftsmen are constantly creating and perfecting new projects with innovation, quality craftsmanship, and functionality being the cornerstone of the creative process.
James Behring was born in Detroit, Michigan but grew up in rural Ray Township, Michigan playing in the woods bow hunting, fishing, and skeet shooting. As a boy he was taught by his father to hunt and fish on the lakes and forests of Northern Michigan and later the Upper Peninsula. The Behring Family had a hunting camp in the U.P., where James would spend much of his fall months. Also an avid fisherman, he discovered early in life the serenity to be found while alone in the forest or on a lake, or in a stream.