Rocco Handmade, Brian Nawrocki

Willow Leaf Nessmuk Skinner, Stag and Scagel Style Hunting Knife with Leather Sheath

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Willow Leaf Nessmuk Skinner

1095 Steel, Brass Guard, black and white fiber, OD green and double brown canvas, aluminum and brass spacers. Premium India Sambar stag carver handle.

Blade Length: 5"
Overall Length: 10.25"

Comes with custom handmade sheath.

Handmade by Rocco Handmade, Brian Nawrocki


Brian “Rocco” Nawrocki, the knifemaker behind Rocco Handmade, has been crafting fine Scagel-inspired blades since 2018. Apprenticed under longtime friend Jim Behring, whose Treeman Knives and Leather Shop employs him to this day, Nawrocki forges knives with purpose inspired by nature’s hues, textures, and materials, many of which he finds near his rural home in eastern Michigan.

Photography by Mitchell D. Cohen

Photo shows both sides of knife and the spine, comes with custom handmade sheath.

Other Details
SKU: Rocco_WillowLeafNessmukSkinner5
Condition: New
Width: 8.00 (in)
Height 8.00 (in)
Depth 8.00 (in)
Gift Wrapping: Options Available
Alloy 1095 Steel
Size Overall: 10.25”, Blade: 5”
Handle Brass Guard, Black and White Fiber, OD green and double brown canvas, aluminum and brass spacers, Premium India Sambar Stag
Color Brown
Space Garden & Outdoor
Space Office
Made in Michigan, US
Material Steel
All knives made Rocco Handmade are guaranteed for life under normal, non-commercial use. Brian uses the finest materials he can source to build the finest products he can. He will repair or replace an item that becomes damaged or broken within the products intended use. This will be determined on a case by case basis. Stolen and Lost Items are not covered. Examples of Improper uses of knives: Using a blade as a screw driver and the tip breaks or bends, this is not covered, however I will repair the product for a small fee plus shipping; Using a blade as a pry bar to dispatch ivories from an animals skull, split joints while field dressing or other prying use and the tip, or blade breaks. This is not covered; Using a kitchen knife to baton wood, and the edge received damage. This is not covered; Using a blade as a shovel and the edge taking chips, This is not covered; Trying to chop a concrete block in half. This is not covered; Using a blade for anything other than its intended use is not covered. Knives are tools, This is no one tool for everything. Use the proper tool for the job. Examples of Proper Use of blades and damage incurred: You drop the knife in the field and the tip bends or breaks, send the knife back to me and I will repair the blade and bring it back to new and return; You drop the knife in the kitchen and you get damage, return the knife for repair.; You use a chopping blade (clever, camp knife, hatchet) and your edge takes damage, or receives failure, send the product back for repair, if the damage is far to extensive for repair, I will make you a replacement. If your blades need sharpening, clean up, develops rust or is bought second hand and you would like it like new again. You are always welcome to send products in for this service for a small fee which is determined by what exactly is requested, plus return shipping.