Hometown Knives Damascus Tracker. HT-17 This survival tracker is ready for your next camp outing or other use as it is heat-treated to take the impact. Straight edge design to be used for flint or wood chipping or batoning. The front edge can be use as a axe or a skinner. The handle fits any handle (large or small) like your shaking another hand.
Impressive workmanship that will turn heads.
Comes with a custom sheath that fits the tracker with a snug grip. Sheep skin hand formed to fit this functional art piece to perfection.
Damascus hand forged with combinations of 1095 High Carbon and 4340 High Tensile Steel forming over 900+ layers. We oil quench and temper to a hardness of 57-58 Rockwell C.
Overall Length = 12.50"
Blade Length = 7.50"
Blade Width Max = 2.00"
Handle Length = 5"
Mass = 1.5 lbs
At HomeTown Knives we only use the finest materials and perform multiple quality checks to make sure the items shipped out of the door are items we are proud of. Damascus steel is hand forged with combinations of 1095 High Carbon Steel and 4340 HT forming between 276 and 950 layers. We oil quench and temper to a hardness of 57-58 Rockwell C. Some of the many Damascus steel advantages include the following: Blade edge resistance from the harder steel, micro serrations from the alternating layers, ductility from the HT 4340 layer.
- Store in a dry environment and NOT in the sheath for a long period of time to prevent rust.
- Oil or use Flitz polish to keep the shine and prevent the blade from rusting
- To sharpen use 22 - 25 deg angles or finer grit stones to hone the edge
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