ESEE Knives: ESEE-JG5 - James Gibson Nessmuk
The ESEE JG5 fixed blade was designed by James Gibson and inspired by the "Nessmuk" knife carried by adventurer, writer, and early conservationist, George Washington Sears, who wrote under the pen name, Nessmuk. The JG5 bears a similar style to ESEE's popular PR4 and features a black oxide finish, 1095 carbon steel blade. The brown sculpted or chipped micarta handles feature triple screws. The JG5 comes with a stitched brown leather "pouch" sheath with belt loop that is very similar to that of the PR4.
|Blade Steel:||1095 Carbon Steel|