The Teddy II is Bark River Knives' version of the early 1900's series of the Wade and Butcher sporting knives of the same name. This pattern was made in a 6 inch blade which was like the original Teddy that Bark River Knives did a few years ago. The Teddy II has been enlarged to a full size Bowie class knife. The 8 inch blade is heavier and wider than the earlier Teddy and has the weight and feel of a full-size camp knife. Modern technology combined with traditional styling makes a great looking knife that can handle the toughest of outdoor tasks!
The Teddy II is a large knife, sporting a .250 inch thick blade making it capable of handling heavy duty tasks at camp or anywhere else your travels may take you.
This knife features a beautiful Multi-Colored Black Ash Burl handle.
If you are a knife collector, the Teddy II is a knife that will certainly impress everyone who looks at your collection!
BARK RIVER KNIVES TEDDY II
Features / Specifications
Knife Weight - 15.2 oz
Overall Length - 13.5"
Tang - Hidden
Handle Material - Multi-Colored Black Ash Burl
Grind - Saber
Blade Steel - A2 Tool Steel
Blade Length - 8"
Blade Thickness - .250"
Blade Type - Bowie
Blade Finish - Satin
Rockwell Hardness - 58-59 RC
Other Feature - Double Quillion
Other Feature - Moran Style Handle
Other Feature - Blade Fuller
Other Feature - Made in the USA
Heavy duty, leather belt sheath included.
Bark River Knives assigns a "series" title to most knives they make. This helps to indicate how the knife was intended to be used.
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