Helle Lappland Knife
This knife is the all-purpose camp knife of the Sami people; some may add it to the category of a baby machete, quite hefty in the hand. The Sami people use them in their daily mobile life. This is a big knife with a non-laminated steel blade. The blade is fairly thin for effective slicing. The handle is made of birch with brass fittings. The Lappland comes with a traditional Scandinavian style leather sheath where the knife sits deep and secure. Name: Lappland. Weight: 305 g. Blade material: Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel. Blade thickness: 3.0 mm. Blade length: 214 mm. Handle material: Birch. Handle length: 125 mm. Sheath material: Genuine leather. Sheath weight: 108 g. Design: Ragnar Bull. Year: 1979. Art. no: 70.