Are you familiar with the term Journeyman? As one who worked in a trade where the terms were still used I am very familiar with the term. In simple terms a journeyman is one who has a tradesman certificate that required completion of a term of apprenticeship. It certified that the holder had completed all of the requirements to do the tasks of the trade, to supervise others and to be self-employed, a title held in high esteem. Hence the name of the new Emerson model, “The Journeyman” just as in the trades a journeyman could undertake and complete any task required in his field and he served as a master or instructor to all those below his level of skill and expertise.
The Journeyman knife fills that role perfectly. This is an “all rounder” as I would call it, being capable of working equally as well on a hunt, in combat, in your garage workshop or on the construction site. This is an Emerson ergonomic design that's built for both comfort and cutting efficiency. It's just the right size in both blade and handle to perform above others, in any environment you choose. This is not a small pocket knife.
This is a work knife and it will work hard no matter where or what your job may be.
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|Material & Grind|
|Overall Length||9.0 in.|
|Blade Length||3.6 in.|
|Blade Thickness||.125 in.|