Green River knives were designed by J. Russell in Massachusetts in about 1834. They were used in around campfires and chuck wagons of the Old West and in the kitchens of our great grandparents. This classic pattern is now available in knife blanks for you to make your own Green River knife.Heavy-gauge high-carbon steel blades feature full-tang construction and edges that are hand-ground and hand-honed to extreme sharpness. Available in Kits which include the blade, Dymondwood handle material and Brass cutlery rivets. These blades are easy to complete and make great projects for Boy Scout Troops.