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LT Wright Knives Frontier Trapper - AEB-L Steel - Saber Grind - Orange G10 - Matte Finish

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The L T Wright Frontier Trapper features a clip point that is great for field dressing and skinning wild game up to and including deer-sized animals. It is compact which makes it easy to carry as an every-day carry knife and is a great bushcrafting knife for smaller tasks. This is one of the handiest knives that L T Wright Handcrafted Knives makes!

This heirloom quality knife features 1/8” thick AEB-L Stainless Steel providing you with carbon steel performance in a stainless steel. The blade is 2 5/8” long and the handle is 3 1/8” long. The scales are secured with brass pins and industrial strength epoxy to seal the scales to the blade. Like all of L T Wright Handcrafted Knives fine knives, the spine is squared sharp for firesteel use or when needed for scraping. This fine knife features a saber grind with a secondary convex sharpened edge for superior strength and edge retention. This makes it very easy to re-sharpen using a strop or fine sandpaper on a mouse pad. Both will "give" a little to conform to our convex edge.

A heavy duty leather belt sheath is included.

Blade Length:
Blade Steel:
AEB-L Stainless
Blade Thickness:
Blade Type:
Clip Point
LT Wright Handcrafted Knives
Handle Material:
Orange G10
Knife Style:
Fixed Blade
Knife Weight:
2.6 oz
Overall Length:
Rockwell Hardness:
59-60 RC
Full Exposed
Lifetime against knife defects
One of the best LT Wright knives I own. This little guy gets the job done. The AEBL steel is fantastic easy to sharpen and can hold an edge. I liked this knife so much I bought 2 might buy a third. Sharpens quickly on the work sharp course ceramic or fine diamond seam to produce the best edge, sharp enough to shave. The finer grits seam to dull the knife, wouldn’t recommend stroping either. I think a courser ceramic works best and removes the least amount of metal. Powers through boxes some food prep not to bad, nice sharpened spine for striking a fire, has a lanyard hole, that you won’t find on a patriot. Great little camp knife for fine work. Small enough to edc. Can’t say enough.
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