Bushmaster Bushcraft Explorer Fixed Blade Knife - 1095 Carbon Steel Blade, Zebra Wood Handle, Brass Pins And Lanyard Hole - Length 9 5/8”
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  • The combination of super strong zebra wood and high carbon steel makes this fixed blade camping knife invincible
  • It has a full tang, 4 3/8” 1095 high carbon steel blade with a matte finish and, make no mistake, it is keenly sharp
  • Richly veined zebra wood handle scales are securely fastened to the tang with brass pins and the handle features a brass lanyard hole
  • The fixed blade is secured in a genuine leather belt sheath with a snap closure and lacing holes and it’s 9 5/8” in overall length

Hardness and durability are the hallmarks of the richly veined zebra wood used to craft the handle scales of the Bushmaster Bushcraft Explorer Fixed Blade Knife. The scales are securely fastened to the tang with brass pins, assuring that when you use this awesome camping knife, you will never have to worry about its reliability. Combine the incredibly strong zebra wood with a 4 3/8” 1095 high carbon steel blade that’s razor sharp and you have a knife you will use for every situation. The fixed blade is protected by a genuine leather belt sheath with a snap closure and lacing holes. Also, a lanyard hole in the knife’s handle offers an alternative carrying option.

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Super Durable Reviewed by on Feb 05, 2019   5 out of 5

I have many knives.... some expensive, others not so much. This knife is the best value of any knife I own. I have beat this knife to death and can't seem to hurt it. The durability plus the sheath... make it ridiculously low priced. I'm gonna order another couple. Its a no brainer. ????

Great woods knife! Reviewed by Timothy Gannon on Jan 18, 2019   5 out of 5

This is a very good knife both in functionality, and looks. It came shaving sharp right out of the box. It is very comfortable in hand, and the fit and finish is very good too. It's a good knife even if it was twice the price! I would put this knife up against any normal production bushcraft style knife under $100. The sheath alone is worth the price Most knives nowadays seem to come with either cheap nylon sheaths, or shoddy made low quality leather, but not this one. The sheath is awesome. The knife snaps in almost like it was kydex, the leather is of pretty decent quality as well, and it is constructed good. The stitching is even, and it feels quite sturdy. I would easily pay $30 for the sheath alone. I own many knives of all price ranges, and I would match this one against any of my other more expensive 1095 steel knives of this size, style, and intended use designs. It's refreshing to see a well built product, made with quality materials, at a price anyone can afford. Good job Bushmaster, and good job BUDK!

Replacement for one missplaced Reviewed by on Jan 08, 2019   5 out of 5

Great item, one of the best from Budk

Frank Juhasz Reviewed by on Jan 04, 2019   5 out of 5

A hell of a great knife. Beautiful, sharp working knife with a fantastic sheath. Sharp enough to shave, right out of the box. Might buy another to keep as a spare.

Sharp Reviewed by joseph robinson on Dec 07, 2018   5 out of 5

Very sharp right out of the box. Sign of good knife. Sheath alone is worth the price . Great quality and price. So far it has let me down, work horse of a knife... and I'm picky bout my blades.

Great Knife For EDC Reviewed by Lyle Yates on Oct 30, 2018   5 out of 5

I love the convenience of a good horizontal carry fixed blade knife, so I had to check out this one. Even though the measurements are clearly noted in the description, it's longer than I originally though. However, it's not so long that it's combersome or awkward to wear horizontally. The edge of the blade came sharp enough to shave the hair off my arm, it's evenly beveled, pointy and very sturdy. The blade is much thicker than the photo leads one to believe, which is a good thing. After several aggressive cutting and chopping tests on a dried tree branch, it held its edge just fine, which I would expect from 1095 carbon steel. It's even stamped "1095 HIGH CARBON STEEL on the backside. The scales are symmetrical, very nicely finished, without cracking or chipping and are tightly secured to the tang with smoothly peened, solid brass pins. The hollow brass lanyard hole is nicely done, as well. Also, it feels good and secure in my hands with plenty of room to grip. The sheath is made with a good quality, pliable leather, has a decent leather welt and is securely stitched and riveted. Although I don't believe I'll use them, the hollow rivets are a nice addition that would aid in lashing it to something. The two leather straps for horizontal carry attach together with hook & loop rather than the typical snaps, but they are strong, so I don't see a problem. It also has a vertical carry leather belt loop on the back. Horizontally, it wears securely on my belt in several positions. The snap closure that secures the knife in the sheath snaps together good and tight. Considering the overall quality of the materials used and workmanship in relation to the price, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this knife to anyone.

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