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Rainy Day Forge

Black River Bushcrafter

Black River Bushcrafter

Regular price $335.00 CAD
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Crafted from durable 80CRV2 steel and featuring impact-resistant G10 scales, the Black River Bushcrafter is inspired by the rugged terrain of the Black River. Its robust design includes a thick 3/16" spine with 90-degree angles, perfect for utilizing Ferro-rods, and a reinforced multi-pin handle construction for enduring tough tasks like batoning.

The flattened butt of the knife enables powerful downward strikes, allowing the blade to be embedded into stumps for tasks like processing cordage and campfire preparation. Designed for a secure and comfortable grip, the handle fills the hand and features a slightly flared butt for retention, combining functionality with an attractive appearance.

The blade, ground to 3/4 height, retains a sharp edge while maintaining the hard-use Scandi grind ethic. A swedge or false-edge on the top provides a fine piercing point for added versatility. Available in various G10 color options, with the possibility of upgrading to custom handles upon confirmation via email, this 80CRV2 beauty is built to tackle the outdoors.

The Black River Bushcrafter comes with a Kydex Sheath and belt clip. 

This 80CRV2 beauty will have you ready to tackle the outdoors. 

Tech Specs:

  • Overall length: 9.25"
  • Blade length: 4.5"
  • Handle length: 4.75"
  • Blade thickness: 3/16"
  • Flat Butt
  • Scandi Grind

Named after Justin Lamoureux's experiences navigating the Black River, this knife pays homage to his adventures in remote wilderness areas during Spring, when the thaw brings life to the waterway. However, caution is advised during Summer when water lilies and wild rice can congest the river.

Order a Black River Bushcrafter today!

Knife orders are shipped via USPS and Canada Post.

Ever wondered how Rainy Day Forge got its name? Justin's passion for blacksmithing and bladesmithing began as a hobby, often practiced on rainy days to avoid disturbing his neighbours with the noise of hammering and ringing anvils.

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