Hunter / Bushcraft: Tigershark

The Tigershark is intended as a big hunting, bush crafting, or just an outdoor knife. The form of the blade is dominated by a single line flowing from the tip of the blade to the heel of the handle in a single bow. The handle gave the knife the name Tigershark and adds to the aggressive form of the knife. The index finger is protected by a circular cutout in the steel.

My blogpost how I made this knife.


  • Steel: 1.2510 or 100MnCrW4 or O1-Stahl
  • Length: 230 mm
  • Blade length: 115 mm
  • Blade width: 38 mm
  • Blade Thickness: 5 mm
  • Handle: Serpentwood
  • Liners: self-made paper micarta liners in green and white
  • Pins: two 6 mm steel pins and two 4 mm steel pins and a hole for a wrist cord