Saturday, October 29, 2011


From Blind Horse Knives, the Li'l Muk:

This is a really small sheath knife; even a Swiss Army Knife, when opened, is longer than this knife is. Its blade is only 2 3/8" long, which makes it legal to carry in damned near every state in the Union. I plan to use it as an EDC (Every Day Carry) knife, replacing the slightly larger BHK Drover I have been carrying.

I now have three of BHK's knives. They are quality work at a fair price; this Li'l Muk was only $93, including shipping. A bargain for a handmade knife.


BobG said...

Looks like a skinning knife.

Bob said...

@BobG: it can skin in a pinch, but is a little small for that role, really. It's in a shape advocated by George Washington Sears ("Nessmuk") in his classic book Woodcraft.