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If you ever want to look up to someone for their confidence at work, you look up to Juice Bruce. He’s got that easy stare and the expressionless mouth that makes it look like he knows exactly what he’s doing, and that he’s a pro at it!

Exprimidor Bruce - If you ever want to look up to someone for their confidence at work, you look up to Juice Bruce. He’s got that easy stare and the expressionless mouth that makes it look like he knows exactly what he’s doing, and that he’s a pro at it!

An example of the Bushcraft Knives i make based around the Mora No2 Blade with Wooden handle and a matching Firesteel. Comes with Handmade Leather sheath. The wood in this example is Bocote.

An example of the Bushcraft Knives i make based around the Mora Blade with Wooden handle and a matching Firesteel. Comes with Handmade Leather sheath. The wood in this example is Bocote.

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Puukko belt knife for general purpose or outdoor activities like hiking, hunting, and bushcraft. The knife has Scandinavian grind Swedish Morakniv 4-inch carbon steel hidden tang blade and custom handmade handle made of curly birch wood. #outdooractivities

Puukko belt knife for general purpose or outdoor activities like hiking, hunting, and bushcraft. The knife has Scandinavian grind Swedish Morakniv 4-inch carbon steel hidden tang blade and custom handmade handle made of curly birch wood. #outdooractivities

Many deer antlers are too curved to be used as-is for knife handles, but you can straighten them so that they can accept the tang of a blade. Once you've straightened an antler, you can prepare and attach it to a knife blade without needing adhesives.

Many deer antlers are too curved to be used as-is for knife handles, but you can straighten them so that they can accept the tang of a blade. Once you’ve straightened an antler, you can prepare and attach it to a knife blade without needing adhesives.