Finnish knife Ahti Vaara puukko 9608RST 12.5cm - 1
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Finnish knife Ahti Vaara puukko 9608RST 12.5cm

Ahti
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Description

Ahti Vaara ("danger") is traditional finnish "puukko". This hunting  and EDC knife is made of stainless steel (CO-479, SI-0.37, Mn-0.38, Ni-0.09, Cr-14.53, Mo-0.51, PO-0.19). All Ahti knives are handmade. Ahti Vaara knife goes with leather sheath. There are only best hunting knives in MyGoodKnife's range.

Ahti
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Reference
6418252996424
Brand
Ahti
Country
Finland
Steel
Stainless
Handle
Curly birch
Blade Length, mm
125
Hardness
56-58 HRC
Sheath
Leather
Total length, mm
240
Blade thickness, mm
3.6

Ahti are handmade knives from Finnish town Kauhava. Blacksmith Reino Kamppila and his family are making Ahti knives for a lot of years. Each Ahti knife is an individual and handcrafted. Handles are made from curly birch. The blades are made from high-quality vanadium-carbon steel. High quality and Finnish traditions making Ahti knives popular all over the world.