"Nessmuk" is named after George W. Sears, pen name "Nessmuk".
Sears was an early pioneer in writing about bushcraft, calling for going to the forest "not to rough it, but to smooth it". His book is available for free online and considered a "must-read" by many of us who go to the bush to enjoy a few days of quiet, stoking a fire and holding down a log.
The Brisa Nessmuk is a full-tang, carbon steel blade in 80CrV2, hardened to 59 HRC. The blade is 3.8 mm thick, 25-35 mm high and has 125 mm of blade length. The total length including the handle is 235 mm. The handle has holes for 1/4" Corby bolts and 1/4" lanyard tube.
Acid Etched blade with an ebony handle and red spacer. Hand polished to a dull finish. Perfect for bush work and the outback. 125mm Hard Leather Deep Sheath.
The blade is razor-sharp and perfect for bush work.