Discussion in 'Wilderness Spirit' started by Wilderness Spirit, Mar 21, 2015.
Classy & clean, I like it brother.
Thanks buddy, I appreciate it.
Now to come up with a sheath for it.
Working on a modular sheath for the new model Wolverine.
Well that’s just beautiful work. Looks like it’s all made by a robotic machine.
Thanks @Bdug , all hand made, cut and hand stitched.
Finished a few edc fixed blades .
Steel: O1 tool steel at 59rc
Sheath: kydex/leather belt carry
Nice. Curious , available , price ?
As he said!
Three OD and one black available .
$85.00 plus $10.00 shipping.
I'll take an OD.
@Wilderness Spirit Black EDC still available? If so I’ll take it
Yes it is .
I will take an OD.
Mine came in today the handle is really a great size. Haven’t had a chance to test the edge just yet on dad duty here, but maybe tonight I can play around some. I like how it has the logo on the spine I didn’t notice in the photos. Good retention on the sheath.
Let me know how you like it after you have had some time to use it. @FreudianSlip
Mine works great on oak.
Nice work, hardwood feather sticks are no joke.
Glad to see you are putting it to work already !
I dig it!...totally can see myself using that on an extended excursion in the bush. Sleek clean and modern design. I like the logo stenciled on the blade too! Very cool.
Thanks @Primordial .This is a design I am excited about. It should make for a great all around survival/camp knife. Designed for multiple tasks and versatility. From light chopping and fire prep to food prep and game processing.
The prototype is O1 tool steel but I will be making them in cpm 3v. The Cerakote finish adds a extra level of protection.
I will post as soon as I have a few available if anyone is interested.
I would be interested in a 3V version. It was tough not to take one of the last 2.
I am going to be making some knives in 3v. I will have to make a few edc's in 3v.
Just picked up a Lynx to go with my Talon and Legacy. It came in last night from a fellow on this site so I took it to the steak bake and gave it a workout on one fine piece of meat.
I hope you like it and it serves you well.
Heat treated a few blades over the weekend. Right on at 59rc.
New makers mark.