“Zengő” bushcraft knife

This may be my most popular bushcraft knife. The most important aspect when I designed this knife was that it should have universal functionality. It can be used for jobs around the house, for hunting or during camping. The edge curves up considerably at the tip, giving the blade a belly that has excellent cutting ability. Another criterion when creating the handle was the importance of ergonomic aspects, the slightly humped handle and the handle design that is broader towards the end.

The parameters of the knife:

  • sleipner or N690 steel, 58-59Hrc
  • convex edge
  • full tang
  • blade length: 100 mm
  • blade thickness: 4 mm
  • handle length: 120 mm
  • full length: 220 mm
  • handle fixing: 2 corby and 1 tube rivet
  • heavy sheath leather