Helle-Temagami Carbon-Appalachian Outfitters
Helle-Temagami Carbon-Appalachian Outfitters
Helle-Temagami Carbon-Appalachian Outfitters
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Temagami Carbon

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Helle
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The first knife in Helle's collaboration with Survivorman les Stroud, the Temagami was also Helle's first step towards leaving the stick-tang only era. 

The semi-full tang provides the extra strength associated with bushcraft knives. The triple laminated carbon steel tang is exposed on the top and pommel end, but is covered by the wood of the handle on the finger side. This protects the fingers from direct contact with the steel in cold weather. The blade is made of triple laminated carbon steel that provides excellent edge holding toughness and ease for sharpening. The handle has a bit of a finger guard to help keep your hand off the edge when slippery. The handle shape on the updated version of the Temagami CA allows a better control of the knife when holding in more positions. The Temagami CA comes with a Scandinavian style pouch sheath retains the knife securely without the need for snaps or straps.

  • Made in Norway
  • Weight | 5.4 oz. / 155 g.
  • Blade material | Triple laminated carbon steel.
  • Blade thickness | .11 in / 3 mm.
  • Blade length | 4.3 in / 110 mm.
  • Handle material | Curly Birch.
  • Handle length | 4.7 in / 120 mm.
  • Sheath material | Genuine leather.
  • Design By | Les Stroud 2011.

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Rick C.
Temagami

This is a really fine knife. Beautiful design, materials, construction. Comfortable fit in hand. A nice blend of form and function. To perfect it for camping, survival, bushcraft applications, add a sharp 90 degree spine in the front 2/3 of blade for striking flints and ferrocerium, and for scraping fine tinder--while protecting the sharp edge. Keep rounded edge as-is near the handle for comfort when pressing with fingers for precise cutting tasks.

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