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Hultafors Craftsman Bushcraft Knife

£4.125 Inc VAT
(Approx $5.141)
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

These knives are possibly the only type to rival the Mora clipper at this price-point!

The Hultafors Craftsman Knife has been developed and adapted to suit the needs of craftsmen, manufactured in Japanese knife steel. A unique method for attaching the sheath around a button on your work clothes means it does not loosen, but is easy to remove. The knife blade is manufactured in 2.5 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58-60 HRC.

  • The cutting edge has been sharpened in several stages with a final honing on a leather strop.
  • The handle and sheath are made of extra durable PP plastic.
  • The sheath fits just as well on your belt as on your buttons. If your belt is thick, cut away the small pin on the cover. 
Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter your correct date of birth at the checkout. If it doesn't match we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

"Great knife for am amazing price. Bought ten for my scout group and they are fantastic. Razor sharp and seem keep their edge quite well. Would invest again in the future. "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Katie

"Great little knives. Bought two in the last Flash sale - very quick delivery and at a great price. Especially like the Hi-Vis handle, hard to lose it in the undergrowth."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Robert C

"Does as it says on the tin. Good quality at a low price. I would recommend it any day."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Alan

"Excellent product my scouts were easily able to handle these safely especially as the blade is shorter. Just need to strop them back to fully sharp ready for next time!"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By MikeE

"Great product for the price. Slightly smaller blade than the Mora. Benefits from a little honing, but excellent practical, cheap knife."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Chas

"Great knife for the money and keeps its edge well. I teach bushcraft to scouts and this knifes great for that. Would recommend this as a good starting knife."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Andrew Cox

"Excellent for the money. Shorter than my Mora but only noticeable when splitting sticks - which I shouldn't be doing with a knife! Belt clip not great but been carrying it on a piece of paracord round my neck which works well. "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Julie

"Not just a bushcraft knife. One has found its way into my fishing box and with the orange handle is easy to find in the dark For the money and sharpness of the blade, no complaints at all. Excellent. Keep my Mora's for the great outdoors."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Andrew Ivison

"A cheap and simple knife and none the worse for that. Sharp and sturdy and easy to find with the orange handle. A very useful tool."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Michael Blair

"At this price buy 2, well made and sharp, Belt clip not the best but still ample for the job"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By John R

"Good knife, older scouts and explorers found it comfortable to use"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Clive

"Great knife for training with, held in a sheath for protection. Purchased as a training blade for bushcraft camps."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Wayne Stevens

"Purchased for my teenaged daughters to teach them bush craft skills during our two week trip to the Pyrenees. First impressions - excellent training knife, has already been used in training in the UK. For the money - unbeatable"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Darren

"Great value for money. Good quality steel with a secure and comfortable grip. Can't go wrong at this price really."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Justin

"Got this knife issued on a bushcraft basic course. Very good knife and sharpens really well. Single bevel edge so plenty of practice sharpening on a stone as opposed to double using a shop bought sharpener. I prefer the single bevel knife. Sturdy and easy to split branches with using another as a club. Made a bow drill set easily and handles hard wood like Ash just as well. I expect I will be using this for a few years even though I have a couple of nicer looking knives this will stay in the kit. At the price you cannot go wrong."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Matt Q

"cheap cheerful and will do the job - so far pretty robust and I pushed them a fair bit due to light weight could be one of the side knives you carry for awkward places and awkward things - just a handy little knife to have at your side when a great MOD J A Adams would be like a tree trunk ( my Fav knife by the way ) Worth a dabble for the money "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Tallspruce63

"Bought along with a Mora for my Explorer Scout son to use, better grip with more guard that suits smaller hands really well. Put in a hand-crafted leather sheath it's 100% "

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Niel

"Not as fine a finish as the basic Mora but OK - sharp - cheap and cheerful but very very handy - very easy to sharpen like the Mora - slightly smaller blade - belt fixing no where near as good as the Mora - but again at the price bung it in your sack and it is a useful sharp tool - won't cry if I lose it at the price which is as cheap as it gets for something so useful."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Andrew O

"Great little use and abuse knife. Sharp and well finished for the price. Great for teaching bushcraft to novices."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Steven Hulme
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