River Traders Lewis & Clark Knife
The Lewis & Clark trade knife is Reproduction Knife and designed after being used during the historic expedition 1803. The blade profile is definitely unique, with a long gentle curve and a sharp drop point at the tip.
Knife Length: 9", Blade Length: 5", Blade Width: 0.9", Knife Weight: 2.4 oz., Handle Length: 3.75"
These are reproduction knives of the Fur Trade Era with Curly Maple handles
Curly Maple was used on most of the rifles during the 1700-1800's
Blade Material: 1095 high carbon steel (referred to as a Poor Mans Damascus) or Acid Etched
Sheath: Weight: 3.7 oz., Sheath Length: 9.5", Belt Loop: 2.5"