Big respect to Murray Carter for the inspiration for this one. Mine is a lot different but I thought Murray deserves some credit on this one. I have been reading his new book on bladesmithing, great reading material for the master or student.
Black Canvas Micarta - 5/16" stainless hardware
This one has a great grind for bushcraft, carving, general utility use, etc... very versatile, thin and tough. The grind is a scandi chisel grind with a small microbevel on both sides for ease of sharpening and ambidextrous use.
It's very light with an ergonomic handle, carry it everywhere! It is great as a necker, pocket or belt knife. Forge finish for durability... user finish on the blade but lots of hand finishing time in the scales so they are very comfortable and well finished.
The sheath still needs hardware, I can also install a teklok for $10. I have hardware ready to go.
6.5" long - 2.5" of blade - ultralight and super tough! $100 with sheath plus $8 for usps priority shipping in the US (or actual shipping cost for international)
There appears to be a discoloration on the scales around the tube hardware... the micarta is just wet.