Classic Green River Knife Blade,
5" edge, forged carbon steel, made in the U.S.A.,
by Russell - Green River, U.S.A.,
America's Oldest Cutlery
Part Number: BLADE-RGR-05
Availability: In Stock
Price: $15.99
Yes, our Russell - Green River blades are made in the U.S.A., they are not the cheap imports found elsewhere.

The Classic Green River Knife blade honors the maker's good name. It features a 5" cutting edge, 9" overall length. Forged from thick .086" carbon cutlery steel, it is properly tempered to sharpen quickly and hold an edge.

Made by America's oldest cutlery, John Russell's Green River Works began operation around 1832 to 1834, and is mentioned in the book Complete Black Powder Handbook #BOOK-CBPH by Sam Fadala.

Green River Knives are shown in Plains Indian Knife Sheaths, materials, design & construction by Alex Kozlof. Create your own correct knife sheath, using the plans, drawings, tools, techniques, and original period photographs shown in this full color book of 64 pages, on fine paper.

You may also need our curly maple, walnut, or other knife handle scales.

Mount these using three (3) of our #RIVET-5 brass cutler's rivets. They have a interference fit, to snugly fit your handle, as you drive them together. Rivets have a 5/16" (.310") diameter head, and a .159" shank. Use our #DRILL-21 to drill clearance holes for rivets, using the holes in the blade's handle as pilot holes.

Use our Piloted Counterbore to seat the rivet heads flush with the surface. Order our #DRILL-PCB-5.
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