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BSH4 Dusk – Carbon Steel Bushcraft Knife Walnut Handle with Leather Sheath

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Are you searching for a multi-purpose survival knife catering to your outdoor needs? Look no further! This exceptional bushcraft knife with a full tang and a sheath is an all-in-one tool that's perfect for traveling, camping, hiking, and even hunting.

The ultimate outdoor tool for adventure enthusiasts is the BeaverCraft BSH4 Dusk Bushcraft Knife. With a robust carbon steel blade boasting a 58-60 HRC hardness and 3.5 mm (0.14 inches) thickness, this knife guarantees effortless cutting and long-lasting sharpness. A unique metal coating shields the blade from rust and corrosion, making it highly durable and long-lasting.

Crafted from premium European walnut, the BSH4 Dusk knife handle ensures a firm and comfortable grip even in damp conditions. Its ergonomic design adapts well to the hand, minimizing the risk of fatigue during extended use. The three-rivet handle scales are replaceable if needed.

Featuring a full-tang construction, this knife offers exceptional strength, balance, and stability, making it ideal for heavy-duty outdoor work. The blade's back is designed for scraping flint rods to create sparks and start a fire. The blade spine's jimping provides optimal finger traction, ensuring a secure grip. The convenient paracord lanyard hole makes it easy to carry around.

The BSH4 Dusk Bushcraft Knife is perfect for various outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, wood carving, bushcraft, and survival. Its robust design and superior materials make it a top-tier survival tool that cuts efficiently while maintaining its sharpness for a prolonged duration. The knife is accompanied by a cowhide leather sheath with belt loop attachments, keeping it in excellent condition and always within reach.


  • Total length – 250 mm (9.84 inches)
  • Blade length – 125 mm (4.92 Inches)
  • Blade width – 35 mm (1.38 inches)
  • Blade thickness – 3.5 mm (0.14 inches)
  • Handle length – 125 mm (4.92 inches)
  • Steel material – 1066 Carbon, 58-60 HRC
  • Handle material – European walnut
  • Sheath material – Cowhide leather

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 127 reviews
    Great, not perfect

    So here are the things I like about this knife. Joe X did a review of this knife on youtube. He abuses each knife he tests until failure. Every knife eventually fails. The fact is that this knife took one hell of a lot of abuse to break it. More than any 30ish bucks knife really could be expected to ever endure, more than many knives he's tested in the past, most of which cost many TIMES as much as this one. So it's durable and cheap, and it will endure way more than anything I'll ever subject it to. To be honest, before I saw that review I was simply tempted to give the knife away. The rest of the good stuff, the knife feels good in my hand, right side up and upside down. It's well balanced, and I like the overall shape and grind of the blade.Here are the things I don't like. The sheath is too flimsy. I could see myself re-sheathing the knife and it going right through the thin flexible leather and straight into my leg. I took a piece of thin kydex and made a liner for it. I wouldn't and couldn't carry the knife in this sheath as supplied and feel safe about it. I cut the dangler off and I may eventually sew a stouter belt loop on it. Or, I may just make a replacement kydex sheath for it. The scales are nice enough, but poorly shaped and matched. Since I've decided to keep the knIfe I'll be removing them, sanding them so they are smoother and better matched left to right, re-staining them and then probably giving them several coats of boiled linseed oil or tung oil. Finally there's that crazy finish. IDK what that is. It looks and feels like some sort of clear lacquer over blued steel. It's GOT to go. I'll be stripping if off, sanding the whole thing MUCH smoother, then I'll decide if I just want to apply another bluing or maybe cerakoting it. One last note to beavercraft, cut a smaller opening in the end of the tang, you've removed too much metal there and made it weaker then it should be, it doesn't take much of a hole to thread a lanyard through.So at this point you're probably thinking I hate the knife. Nope, for the price I think it's a decent value just as it comes. If I didn't think the raw materials had enough intrinsic value I wouldn't be doing any of the above. There's a silk purse in this sow's ear. When I'm done, it will be a proud member of my collection.

    Good quality

    Good quality knife I will say though I had to sharpen it when it arrived but that's no big deal. Seems nice and sturdy and I like the addition of the paracord and the QR code link to different ways to tie it to the knife. Leather sheath seems to be of good quality overall and happy with the purchase. The reason I gave it four stars was just due to the fact of the knife not being very sharp on arrival.

    Great Knife for the Money!

    I needed an inexpensive knife to keep with my camping gear and this one ended up being better than expected. The blade is sharp enough to shave with (literally shaved the hair off my arm) and it is wide and heavy enough that you can whack it with something if needed to chop kindling or branches.I like that it feels like something home-made instead of something mass produced. It is made in Ukraine according to the box and I'm cool with that.

    Great knife great price

    Full tang carbon steel 1095 at that, excellent workmanship leather sheath awesome knife for an awesome price.

    Mike in Miami
    it is a $30 knife

    Full tang. fit and finish a smidge better than my BPS's. sheath not nearly as good the leather is about half as thick and the stitching is not as beefy seems like it is not really a knife for specifically anything. not a combat knife not a bushcraft knife not a survival knife not a chopper but compared to my 30 or so other knives it will do a little of not expect it to be a Tops BOB or a Gerber Strongarmsmall spots to throw sparks, sharp, good mid size knife not sure what the gimping is for maybe someone with a smaller hands?not really sure what the idea behind the shape of the pommel is supposed to do, maybe help make a spoon?To me it a a knife for the occasional outdoor adventurer that is looking for a good value for a knife of this size.Maybe good for a preteen that is asking for a knife but is not ready for a $100 plus knife

    Joster Tervar
    Trusted brand

    I have several items from this Ukrainian brand and they are of good quality. The knife is robust and performs well.

    Mark Mark
    Sturdy and sharp out of the box

    Great bush knife thick and sharp. Leather sheath is nice thick leather

    Popped stitches in sheath

    The craft of the blade and handle are great. The leather work is also nice. The only issue I had were the stitches being popped and the point of the blade would fall through the end of the sheath. Quick fix with some waxed leather thread. Now it's good to go.

    Great Value

    Excellent tool for the price.


    I like this knife alot it does everything I need it to do and stays sharp doing.. however the sheath it came with sucks its soft leather and barley holds the knife in but the knife is definitely worth the price

    BSH4 Dusk – Carbon Steel Bushcraft Knife Walnut Handle with Leather Sheath
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