My first LT Wright blade and not to be my last judging from the quality of manufacture. A brief look, I believe this is the only one in the country going by how hard it was to ship to Australia. I ended up having to ship it to a mate who reshipped to down under due to the local postal service.
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.A 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.
Overall Length: 12 inches
Blade Length: 6 3/4 inches
Blade Thickness: 1/8 inches
Blade Steel: AEB-L
Handle Type: Burlap Micarta