Did anybody notice the difference in Ray Mears’ own knife?
This clip from the bushcraft DVD shows that his own knife has handle liners. Also the color of the handles is somewhat grayish opposed to the birdseye maple handles that the “standard” woodlore has.
Steve from SWC suggested it could be that the maple has aged to this color, but looking closer at the rest of the DVD it clearly shows the etching of the woodlore logo in conjunction with the name of Alan Wood as the maker and Ray Mears as the designer.
So it can't be that old, could it?
What do you think? Has it aged like this or is the "master" woodlore different?
After all, the “standard” woodlore doesn’t have handle liners...