Saturday, November 21, 2009
Arctic Bear Hunting Knife from Paaso Knives. This one is a rugged design and feels really good in your hand. Not a skimpy little knife! The blade is great for skinning, but can be used as a everyday camping knife. High carbon steel, hardness 59 on Rockwell. Handle made of Arctic curly birch and moose antler.
High quality South West Lapland puukko knife by Paaso family since 1952!
Friday, October 30, 2009
Sunday, October 04, 2009
This is one of Mauri Pöyliö's finest traditional puukko designs, "Jylmä Suihkiäijä" (Swift Old Man)! A part of his collectable leuku design series. An attractive combination of RARE Goat Willow burl with white reindeer antler spacers finished with great precision and expertise. Feels very smooth and comfortable in your hand!
"Jylmä Suihkiäijä" is a collectable leuku knife and has a serial number 263 and maker's signature at the back of the case. On the top of the case there are traditional Lapland "God of Wind", reindeer herd and 2 hunters by lavvu (like Native American tepee) and the symbol of reliability burnt on the antler.
The knife comes in different color combination and every knife has unique look into them.
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Harri Merimaa has designed some new knives again, this time thinking of the coming summer and all fishermen! This beautiful knife has pretty straight curly birch/ reindeer antler handle with 2 leather and brass stripes. The blade is 3" long and 15/16" wide making it a perfect size for most tasks you need when heading to shore for fishing.
Sheath is individually made, natural color leather with a snapping belt loop. A new sheath model from Harri again. This really is a nice looking/ feeling fishing companion!
Friday, March 13, 2009
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
This can be purchased in mid of March.
Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Effective 10th March 2009: eBay prohibits members from listing knives on eBay.co.uk and eBay.ie with one exception:
Cutlery: this includes sets of kitchen cutlery (knives, forks, spoons) that contain knives used for eating, but does not include sharp kitchen knives such as those found in knife blocks, such as paring knives.
Members should be aware when listing knives on eBay that it is an offence to market a knife in a way which indicates or suggests that it is suitable for combat, or is likely to encourage violent behaviour involving the use of the knife as a weapon. It is also an offence to sell knives to a person who is under the age of 18.
What is this??!!! Pretty silly rule in my opinion... any UK reader's check out this site...