ESEE JG3 Camp-Lore Fixed Blade, James Gibson Design - Authorised Aust. Retailer
Stonewash 1095 Blade Steel, Leather Sheath
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ESEE's Camp-Lore Series was developed to answer the demand for traditional, basic, bushcraft knives, with the designers of this series coming from unique backgrounds, each considered to be amongst the best in their field. All of the Camp-Lore knives are traditional, fixed-blade designs that have been field-proven for years. All are made in the USA utilising 1095 uncoated carbon steel and removable Micarta handles, which allows the user to cleanly apply a traditional patina to the blade. The leather for the traditional pouch sheaths comes from one of the oldest tanneries in North America.
The ESEE JG3 Camp-Lore fixed blade knife is a James Gibson design, featuring a stonewash finish flat ground blade in 1095 high carbon steel and well designed canvas micarta handles. The JG3 includes a genuine leather belt sheath.
About the designer: A native Tennessean, James Gibson has studied and practised bushcraft skills most of his life, is the co-host of the Clinch River Knap-In and has been a flintknapper for 22 years, is a knifemaker having obtained his Journeymen Smith Rating with the American Bladesmith Society in 2003, is the lead bushcraft instructor for Randall's Adventure & Training and also has his own school in Tennessee.
Blade Length: 89 mm
Blade Thickness: 3.20 mm
Style: Full Tang, 2 X Screws, Lanyard Hole
Steel: Stonewashed 1095 High Carbon
Handle: Canvas Micarta
Weight: 126 Grams
Made in: USA
Product Code: E-JG3
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ESEE Knives and gear was created by Mike Perrin and Jeff Randall, a survivalist, adventurist, instructor and entrepreneur, first forming TransEquatorial Solutions Inc., the parent company to ESEE Knives. In 1997 Randall started his jungle survival school known as Randall's Adventure & Training, designed for military personnel and individuals needing survival and environment training. During training Randall used Peruvian Special Forces and American instructors teaching jungle survival, and from that is where ESEE Knives and gear was created. Randall's experiment into designing extreme use cutlery predates the ESEE name. Before ESEE Knives became a company of their own, Randall was the inspiration behind the RAT cutlery brand manufacture by Ontario Knife Co. When Randall ventured out into his own business, he changed the name of his knives from RAT Cutlery to ESEE Knives. Wondering where the name come from? ESEE is an acronym that describes what the training company was built around. The "ES" in ESEE stands for Escuele de Supervivencia also known as School of Survival and the "EE" stand for Escape and Evasion, which is taught to certain students of the training school. This is why it is just fitting that most of the ESEE knives are designed more towards tactical and survival use than everyday carry. Although some are relatively small, almost all ESEE knives are fixed full tang knives which gives them exceptional strength and dependability.
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