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LT Wright Knives Gary Wines Bushcrafter - Scandi Grind - Double Red Micarta

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LT Wright Knives is pleased to produce and offer the Gary Wines Bushcrafter. Gary Wines first started producing knives that were designed for military and Special Forces use. Through this, he became well known in the field. His knives have been used in many theaters of conflict including Iraq and Afghanistan.

Gary served as an armorer with 21 Special Air Service Regiment at Duke of York's Chelsea HQ Squadron. He is a member of both the UK SAS association and the Australian SAS association. SAS stands for Special Air Service. The British SAS has served as a model for special forces around the world. The unit has many duties including counter-terrorism, covert reconnaissance, direct action, and human intelligence gathering. The selection process for the SAS is one of the toughest in any military worldwide and the vast majority of candidates fail it. Only the best of the best are accepted.

Gary gleaned inspiration from knives used by special operations executives and British commandos in World War II. He has worked with experts in the field to develop a range of tactical and general-purpose knives specifically for military use.

Recently, he has been working on a range of knives for civilian use, specifically bushcraft, survival, and hunting knives. Gary used all of his accumulated knowledge to create knives for the outdoors. That brings us here to LT Wright Knives. Gary has designed a knife that we will make at our shop and that will be available in the U.S. We are very excited for this opportunity to bring his designs here and make them available in the United States.

The Gary Wines Bushcrafter comes with a leather dangler belt sheath with a firesteel loop. The dangler can be removed so the sheath can be used in the "high ride" position.


Blade Length:
4.125 in.
Blade Steel:
O1 Tool Steel
Blade Thickness:
.156 in.
Blade Type:
Drop Point
Handle Material:
Double Red Micarta
Knife Style:
Fixed Blade
Knife Weight:
7.9 oz
Overall Length:
8.875 in.
57-59 HRC

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  • Review from Jeffery Hall

    Jeffery Hall

    After researching many bush craft/survival knives in the 4"-4 1/2" blade size I chose the Gary Wines knife. It has a very sharp 90 degree spine for ferro rods and scraping wood tinder, it's 4 1/4" sharpened edge, 5/32" thick, and with a Scandi grind. It is a fantastic knife for an all around size when not using my larger knife...I would strongly recommend trying this knife!

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