**This blade is made to order with a current wait time of: 10-12 Weeks**
Original North American Camp Knife
When frontiersmen and trappers asked trading posts for a larger general-use camp knife, the Hudson Bay Knife was born. They wanted a heavy knife that would slice, butcher, and chop like a cleaver or a hatchet while on the go. The burly .187-inch thick 52100 steel, donning a high Saber grind, is a recipe for chopping devastation, leaving nothing sacred. The Rock Tumbled Acid Wash adds to the visual quality of this classic frontiersman pattern. The BFK HB (Hudson Bay) Chopper is at home on the kitchen cutting board, stuck in a wooden stump in camp, or on the homestead.
- Overall Length: 14"
- Blade Length: 9"
- Thickness: .187” (3/16”)
- Steel: 52100 High Carbon
- 90-Degree Spine
- Grind: High Saber
- Finish: Rock Tumbled Acid Wash
- Handle Scales: Desert Ironwood
- Sheath: KYDEX® black (.080)
- U.S.A Made
Our knives are made of high-carbon steel and will stain/oxidize if not taken care of properly. We recommend good oil and regular maintenance.Product Specs: +- 1/16"- All measurements are approximate and will vary slightly because all our knives are made by hand.