Brisa Fisher Kit, Curly Birch

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Width:
0.25 (cm)
Height:
2.40 (cm)
Depth:
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  • Brisa Fisher Kit, Curly Birch
  • Example showing the blade with curly birch scales and corby bolts not yet filed down
  • Brisa Fisher Kit, Curly Birch
  • Example showing the blade with curly birch scales and corby bolts not yet filed down

Description

Brisa EnZo Fisher Kit, with Curly Birch Scales

Stainless Steel blade, in Swedish 12c27 steel with a full flat grind.

EnZo is the top-shelf brand from Finnish maker Brisa.

These blades have a superior fit and finish, with precision ground edges and clean plunge lines.

 The kit consists of

  • Brisa Fisher 110 Blade, Stainless Steel
  • Curly Birch scales, pre-shaped in 3D
  • Brass corby bolts
  • Red spacer material, to be glued between blade and scales

The blade blank is 2.5 mm thick, about 18 mm high and has about 110 mm of blade.

The blade is made from the popular stainless steel 12c27 from Sandvik in Sweden that gives a combination of great edge retention and high corrosion resistance.

12c27 is often used in maritime environments and also in chef knives.

This high-quality kit is 80% completed. 

Work required is to glue on the scales to the blade using Epoxy or super glue, after gluing the spacer material to the scales and drilling holes through the spacer material. Use the existing holes in the wooden scales as guide.

Securely screw down the Corby bolts, then file or grind off the bolt heads sticking above the handle scales.

Then sand the scales and finish them with oil, dye, wax or similar to seal them for improved durability.

An example of an EnZo Fisher blade with curly birch scales and brass corby bolts before the handle scales are worked:

 

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1 Review

  • 4
    fisher knife

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2017

    Great Kit - one of the corby bolts was too large (diam) which made enlarging the hole interesting - hand tools only

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