The LT Wright GNS has been out for some time and has become a "Best Seller". Now, due to demand by those wanting a thinner blade, the GNS is available in 3/32" AEB-L stainless steel. It also features a convex grind. This combination allows the GNS to be lighter in weight while still being very tough and able to hold a great edge. Prototype testing has proven all of these attributes to be true plus you get the added benefit of stainless steel.
The size and blade profile fit it in the "sweet spot" for a lot of bushcraft tasks and the handle is very comfortable for extended periods of hard use. The handles slabs are attached with fisheye bolts and two ton epoxy for a lifetime of heavy use and the spine is sharpened square to throw a good spark while using a firesteel.
A heavy duty leather dangler sheath is included. The dangler can be removed so the knife can be carried in the "high ride" position if desired.
Please Note: The "L" stamped on the right side of the blade denotes that the steel is AEB-L
About AEB-L Stainless Steel
AEB-L steel is a steel developed by Uddeholm in Sweden for razor blades years ago and has now become very popular with knife makers. It is often a misunderstood steel in that it needs to be heat treated correctly to bring out its best characteristics and when done correctly, it performs on par with the new so called "super steels" at a much lower cost.
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