M4 Green River
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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