M4 Green River

M4 (old patterna) with varied grind, saw teeth, sandstorm g10 scales, copper sandwich spacers, copper pommel plate, stainless bolts

M4 (old patterna) with varied grind, saw teeth, sandstorm g10 scales, copper sandwich spacers, copper pommel plate, stainless bolts

M4 (new pattern) with varied grind, natural linen micarta scales, aluminum pommel plate, stainless bolts

M4 (new pattern) with varied grind, natural linen micarta scales, aluminum pommel plate, stainless bolts

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The Green river is a special knife to me. It’s the culmination of my woods timeup to this point in my life. It is born out of the Gasconade river, a knife that is very close to my idea of what
a woodsman’s knife should be. After using the Gasconade heavily for a while there were a few small adjustments that I thought could be made to make the knife that much better. That’s
where the Green river comes in.
   Here’s where it differs from the Model 1. It has a slightly longer blade to allow you to baton through wider sections of wood and it has a pommel plate. The pommel plate is the upgrade
that counts most, at least for me. I use my knives hard and in doing so I often use a wooden stick to beat the tip of the knife into wood. Without a pommel plate handle scales will
separate from the tang of the knife. I did it to two of mine before I got wise and added the plate. 

The M1 and the M4 designs are the basis for almost every other knife I make.
   I’ve poured a lot of dirt time into these designs and I’m happy with them, I think you will be too. 
Blade length: @ 4 1/4”
Handle length: @ 4 5/8”
Thickness available: 5/32” or 3/16”

Available in stainless or high carbon steel depending on thickness

Base price with pommel plate: $700

Base price without pommel plate: $450

Hidden tang price: $500

 

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