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Norwegian Knives from Brusletto

The Norwegians want their knives to look good, and work very well. The patterns have been refined over the last thousand years or so, and tend toward elegant, functional, simplicity. Most of the styles are very traditional, and many will suit the reenactor very well.

Brusletto knives are made from high carbon stainless steel hardened to about 58 on the Rockwell "C" scale. They come in a variety of elegant, but traditional styles. Workmanship is very good. Most of the sheaths have a molded plastic insert to protect the sheath and owner.

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The Storbukken ("Big Buck") is a big knife, with almost 6" of blade and 4 1/2" inches of handle. The blade is about .152" thick. The handle is figured wood with an aluminum hilt. It weighs a bit less than 6 ounces and has a nicely solid feel in the hand. The weight is forward for efficient chopping, and the knife would make a good camp knife for clearing brush, building shelters, butchering game, etc. Yet it's not so large and heavy as to be obnoxious on the belt. $109 Out of Stock

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The Hunter is a large, but fairly light knife with an aluminum guard. The 5 1/4" (13.5cm) blade is wide but thin (.089") for effective slicing. I understand this is a very popular knife in Norway, where hunters often have to quarter and partially butcher their game in the field. $99

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The Tiur is a slightly smaller version, designed for the butchering of game of all sizes. It has a thin (.077") blade about 4 3/4" long. The nicely sculpted handle is about 4 3/4" long. The elegant sheath has an understated pattern on the band and blade area. Despite it's fairly large size the knife and sheath together weigh less than 5 ounces. $99.

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The Fjel has a short and wide blade about 3 1/4" long, 1 1/4 wide, and .096 thick. The generously sized handle is curly birch with aluminum end caps. It has a finger cut out for improved grip under wet and stressful conditions. Like many sailing knives, It has a lanyard hole to help prevent loss at sea. The knife has a solid feel in the hand, but is quite lightweight at about 3 3/4 ounces. The sheath has a plastic insert and will take belts up to 2. The knife is a bit over 7 3/4 overall, and feels like a worker. The price is $129.

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The Fisker'n (Fisherman) is an upscale fishing knife with a cork and curly birch handle, and a narrow 5 1/2" blade. The handle has an aluminum pierced stud for attachment of a lanyard if you wish. Despite the full sized handle and blade, the knife weighs less than 2 ounces.
The price is $79.


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Most folks use a credit card and the encrypted secure order form. If you prefer, you can FAX your order to 716-731-3715. I'll need the type of card (Discover, Visa, or Master Charge), card number and expiration date. Of course I'll also need to know what you are buying, and where to send it. Please include your e-mail address.

If you don't have a FAX, you can call 716-731-3715. If your timing is good, you can just speak to me and give me the order. If I'm not in the office it will default to the FAX machine. No collect calls.

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