"Awesome knife, worth every penny AND the 6 month wait. If he has them in stock, get it NOW." - G. Grohmann
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This price does not include sheath. Purchase those at this link
Inspired by the early American colonial long hunters, where bushcraft, woodsmanship, and survival were not a pastime, but a way of life in the hostile, untamed, virgin colonial landscape. Trusted by the hands who carried it and feared by enemies that encountered it. This design was tested and tried by men of renown such as Simon Kenton, Daniel Boone, George Rogers Clark, and Lewis Wetzel, who placed their lives upon its dependability and capability. These men were known as the "long knives" in the English language, and Shemanese by the Shawnee.
This knife was designed by Craig Caudill after nearly 50 years of wilderness experience and built by LT Wright Handcrafted Knives. This knife has proven to be capable of handling any task that proper woodsmanship can throw at it. Step back into history alongside the great frontiersman of old, with updated materials and craftsmanship, and purchase your very own tool to pass down through the generations.
Please note that all purchasers of a Shemanese are will also receive a series of several videos detailing topics such as sharpening, field care, sheath options, forming leather, how NOT to use the Shemanese, and more. These videos are available only to purchasers as a thank you for your support.
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Price listed here DOES NOT include a sheath. Purchase sheaths for these blades on our store at this link.
*Please note that these are handcrafted knives and exact specifications may vary, but only slightly.
NOTES ABOUT THIS PRE-ORDER:
I ordered these blades on April 25, 2022. At this time, with supply chain issues (especially steel) it is impossible to give an estimate on time you will receive it, other than to say LTWK and NRS will get these to you as soon as possible. Please contact me if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org (Craig Caudill)