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The Dadley was one of the most common knives used during the North American mountian man period of exploration and expansion in both the U.S. and Canada. It was originally designed by John Dadley in Sheffield and he was recruited by John Russell of the Green River Knife Company and moved here to the States. This is actually the root knife of the famed outdoor knife designed in by Horace Kephart that we all now refer to as the Kephart. You can see the similarity instantly. Our special release of the knife is in modern CPM-3V and is about the same thickness as the original. These are .093" thick.
|Blade Steel:||CPM 3V @ 58-60RC|
|Price:||Starting at $150.02|
Made in the USA.
High-quality leather sheath included.