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This is my first attempt at making an ulu. Traditional blade of the Inuit, it is a big improvement over a discoidal stone blade, which is one of the more common stone knives found in archaeology due to its relative simplicity of production. Steel is 1/4-inch-thick S30V, flat on one side, and convex on the back. Handle is Ivory Micarta.
Here is a one-of-a-kind piece that I just finished. This blade blank has been gathering dust for a while, and it finally got finished! The steel is 1/8″ thick 154CM. Overall length is 7 inches, weight is 3.6 ounces. Handle is green canvas micarta. The brass guard is big enough to provide a measure of safety and aid in sheath retention, but not so big as to be awkward.
If you’re looking for a knife with a little more blade and a little less handle length, this one qualifies!
It could be yours for $229.
The sheath on the left is a standard vertical pouch. On the right, is an ambidextrous horizontal sheath. The knife is a 3-inch Compact, in O-1 Tool Steel, and brown canvas. Firesteel handles are also brown canvas micarta.