The Moose hunt with finger guard

The Hirvijahti with finger guard is based on the Vuolu model and developed for hunting. It's blade is longer, 15cm, and on the handle there's a finger guard preventing the index finger from slipping to the blade.
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7389-o
$92.61

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The Hirvijahti with finger guard is based on the Vuolu model and developed for hunting. It's blade is longer, 15cm, and on the handle there's a finger guard preventing the index finger from slipping to the blade. The blade is easy-care stainless steel. The handle is made of varnished curly birch and there's a moose design branded into it. The light-coloured cow hide sheath is decorated with a stylish but not too highlighting pressed design, and at the tip of the sheath there's a reinforcement made of stainless steel.

Hiiliterästerissä on toimitettaessa suojaöljy, joka on ehdottomasti puhdistettava pois ennen elintarvikkeiden kanssa käyttöä. Puukko on aina käytön jälkeen puhdistettava ja kuivattava ja mielellään öljyttävä. Jos puukko jää märkänä tuppeen, se mustuu ja saattaa ruostua. Mikäli käytät puukkoa elintarvikkeisiin, öljyä terä jatkossa esim. rypsi- tai auringonkukkaöljyllä. Oliiviöljyn happoisuus saattaa tummentaa terää. 

Keittiö- ja kalaveitset sekä riistapuukko ovat ruostumatonta terästä, joka ei vaadi öljyämistä. Ruostumattomassa terässä lukee etsattuna teksti "stainless steel". 

Carbon steel blade is corrosion protected with oil. The oil must be carefully removed before any use with grocery. Blade must be cleaned and dried after every use. We recommend using oil for corrosion protection. If the knife is left wet inside the sheath, it will get black markings and even rust. If you use knife with foodstuff, use eatable oil for example sunflower or rapeseed oil. Olive oil may be too acidic and affect marks on blade. 

The kitchen and fish knives as well as the Game knife are made of stainless steel, which does not require oiling. 

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