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One-of-a-kind Wild Boar Knife made of Tirpitz Damascus Steel – brown

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One-of-a-kind Wild Boar Knife made of Tirpitz Damascus Steel – brown

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  • Historic steel recycled from the 1944 sunken German battleship Tirpitz
  • Markus Balbach has forged a 320-layer wild Damascus out of Tirpitz steel for GASTON®
  • Damascus steel with a high degree of hardness between 61 – 63 HRC
  • A curved design hunting knife, with extreme stability
  • Sheath made of eco-friendly saddle leather


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  • The 320-layer Damascus steel is forged from the armor of the German battleship Tirpitz
  • The salvaging of the steel plates out of the sunken vessel for this non-stainless steel has long come to an end. This historic steel is being used for scientific purposes as well as for space travel and is now a rarity on the market.
  • The full tang has full thickness across the width of the blade, which gives this knife extraordinary stability.
  • The balanced handle has an excellent grip, even in the cold or when wearing gloves.
  • The bolsters are made of stainless steel and the handle itself is made of stabilized maple burl wood in flamed light brown
  • The sheath is made of traditionally-crafted saddle leather and is light brown in color
  • Solely vegetable tanning materials are used during the tanning process. The leather is retanned in drums over a period of 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Key measurements: 
    • Total length – 8.86 inches (225 mm)
    • Blade length – 4.02 inches (102 mm)
    • Blade strength – 0.16 inches (4.0 mm)
    • Hardness: 61 – 63 HRC
    • Pattern: wild Damascus