This knife was a part of the Saskatchewan Knifemakers Guild collaboration knife builds. If some people don't remember this it's because the collaborations were given out quite a while ago (a long while ago) and with my limited making prospects up here it's been a very slow progression in getting the knife from the blade blank as it was handed out, to the finished product. I wanted to finish the knife with Caribou antler and leather washers to make the knife more user friendly in the cold weather that we have in the North (nothing worse than freezing your hands on a metal bolster or exposed tang when you're out at -30 or colder). The Old Man sharpened it up the other day and tells me that it's the sharpest thing that he's had in his hands. I just need to get a chance to get out and do some cutting with it to see how it holds up. It should be on the show and tell table at an upcoming Guild meeting. Without further ado, here are the results of about 2 years of off and on knifemaking. Hope it meets with your approval.