NKD Hudson 125

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NKD Hudson 125

The NKD Hudson 125 is a classic camping and chopping knife. The NKD take on this model in 1095 steel is a little slimmer than the original Hudson Bay knife.

The Hudson Bay Camp knife was the first knife in history to actually be called a "camp knife". The knife dates back to the pre-colonial days of the 1700s. The Hudson Bay Trading Company was the dominant import-export company of early North America. The colonials, frontiersmen and trappers began to ask the trading company for a large knife to be used around base camp for general camp use.

1095 steel is well-regarded for its high carbon content, which gives it a hardness that contributes to outstanding edge retention. This means that knives made from 1095 steel can maintain a sharp edge for an extended period between sharpenings. The knife blade has gone through an cold blacking finish process, giving it an appealing black, smooth satin finish, and an improving corrosion resistance.


Blade length: 125 mm Width: 26 - 34 mm

Thickness: 4 mm Total: 240 mm

Holes: 3 x6.4 mm

Grind: Scandi Zero Grind angle total: 23

Steel: Carbon steel 1095 HRC: 58-59

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