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LT Wright Knives Bushcrafter - Scandi Grind - Brown Burlap Handle - Thick Orange Liners - Matte Finish

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LT Wright Knives Bushcrafter

The LT Wright Knives Bushcrafter is a simple yet practical knife capable of handling most common outdoor tasks. Even though it is large enough to handle most cutting requirements, it is compact enough to easily belt carry or pack on any outdoor trip. The simple "broomstick" style handle is surprisingly comfortable even for extended periods of use. The simple design allows the Bushcrafter to be very cost effective giving you a lot of knife for your hard earned dollar. It is classic outdoor style knife for all bushcraft, hunting or any other outdoor cutting need.

This knife features A2 tool steel which is an excellent quality cutlery steel. A2 tool steel will take a very keen edge, is abrasive resistant and tough which makes this an excellent knife for aggressive users.

The handle scales are Brown Burlap with thick Orange Liners. The handle scales are attached with two ton epoxy and "fisheye" bolts providing you a lifetime of dependale service.

The custom quality of every aspect of this knife will impress you! Get one of these highly sought after knives today... You won't be disappointed!

A deluxe leather "D" ring dangler pouch sheath is included. The dangle can be removed so the knife can be carried in the "high ride" position if desired.


Blade Length:
4 in.
Blade Steel:
A2 Tool Steel
Blade Thickness:
.125 in.
Blade Type:
Spear Point
Handle Material:
Brown Burlap
Knife Style:
Fixed Blade
Knife Weight:
6.5 oz
Overall Length:
8.375 in.
57-59 HRC

customer reviews

  • Review from Dan M.

    Dan M.

    I've owned a bushcrafter for 5+ years now. I can honestly say that it has exceeded my expectations.
    I carried it with me on the Appalachian Trail and it was definitely up to the task for light and heavy tasks.
    The only upgrade I made was to purchase a flap top sheath (personal preference is guess).
    Bottom line....Worth every penny and then some!

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