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Sacha Puukko Knife

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Sacha Puukko Knife

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Handcrafted by BOSS Head Instructor Jeremy Thomas, the SACHA puukko is the standard issue Wilderness Living Tool. The puukko is a lean but stout knife capable of every camp chore. It has just the right proportions for the ideal bush knife.



O1 Tool Steel is a low alloy American carbon steel. It has a proven reputation for edge holding and ease of sharpening. Desert Ironwood (Olneya tesota) is a tree that grows in the Sonoran Desert of Northern Mexico and Southern Arizona. It is extremely dense and stable. When polished to an almost glass-like finish, it is unparalleled in durability and beauty.


The full tang construction means the blade extends throughout the handle. This is the strongest way to construct a knife. The handle is held together by two stainless steel corby bolts and top quality American epoxy. The handle features a countersunk lanyard hole. A handmade 6oz vegetable tanned leather sheath is included.


Carbon steel oxidizes when exposed to moisture, acids or bases. This is easily removed with fine steel wool or a Scotch-Brite pad. Keeping a light layer of food-safe oil on the blade will protect it, although some oxidation will protect the blade in the form of a patina. The natural oils of your hands will keep the handle shiny and pretty. Each knife comes with a small tub of of Skidmore’s Beeswax Waterproofing. Apply it to the leather and use the sun or a blow-dryer on LOW heat to really melt it in to the leather and your sheath will stay waterproofed and conditioned.


  • Blade: (2,9″) 74 mm
  • Handle: (3,85”) 98 mm
  • Overall: (6,75”) 172 mm
  • Blade thickness: (3/32”) 2.4 mm
  • Blade material: American 01 tool steel
  • Blade hardness: 59 (HRC)
  • Handle material: Desert Ironwood

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