That must've cost a pretty penny. Want one for myself one of theese days, don't have the money right now though! XDThis is mine , the woodlore knife made by Alan Wood and designed by Ray Mears.
O1 carbon steel and birds eye maple handles.
The sheath is a neck sheath which holds a fire steel.
The one in my post is actually fiddle back maple, and a great specimen I think! I actually was able to get some matching wood for grip inserts into my Ruger SP-101 .357, I hope to get some matching stain and have a nice gun and knife set for woods walking. I have one set already, but they are more honey colored in the finish, though they are great looking they are not an exact match. If I get them matched up well I will post photos of those when done.Beautiful, Zebra wood?
Here is a great bushcraft blade, I took these photos this weekend actually. Amazing blade, take a look!
I can't say how much I like this blade, 4 inch blade and it is tough as can be. Great company to deal with and the price is only $100! Not round handles, but very comfortable to hold in all hand positions that I have tried it in. They make a very nice "patch knife" too and I have that on my list for my next knife from this company. It runs less around $50, so I can actually afford it to boot! Here is a link with some more photos of the knife from the company's webpage.