Pride, value and family tradition are some of the traits you can expect to see if you ever go on one of the free factory tours of the Grohmann knife manufacturing company in Nova Scotia, Canada. This is one knife manufacturing company who have held on to their roots and family beliefs. This company was originally selling knives in its homeland of Sudetenland before the second world war (at the time it was a German region of Czechoslovakia). Each year a Quebec based pocket knife buyer would visit them and urge them to go and set up shop in Canada, which they always turned down. They later took up his offer after the war when the political situation became desperate. After some time, Dean H. Russell asked Grohmann to produce Candian made knives as there was a distinct lack on the market, and this led to the D.H. Russell Belt Knife Original #1, and later came the #2 Trout & Bird, then the #3 Army and then the #4 Survival. With family members joining, this company has grown more and more and produced a bigger range of knives. With a Grohmann knife, producing a knife is as much an art as it is a trade. With as many as 53 steps between starting point and finish you can be assured that your Grohmann knife will seriously impress you.
Grohmann Drop Point Lockback - GR380S Grohmann Drop Point Lockback 5 closed. 3 5/8" stainless drop point blade. Rosewood handles with nickel silver bolsters. Brown leather belt sheath."
Grohmann Boat Knife - GR3 Grohmann Boat Knife. 8 1/4 overall. 4" stainless elliptical blade. Wide grip rosewood handles. Full tang. Lanyard. Leather belt sheath. Designed by D. H. Russell. Made in Nova Scotia."
Grohmann Original Design - GR1S Grohmann Original Design. 8 1/2 overall. 4" stainless elliptical blade. Genuine stag handles. Full tang. Lanyard. Brown leather belt sheath. Designed by D. H. Russell."
Grohmann Ulu - GR116S Grohmann Ulu. 5 overall. 5 3/4" stainless ulu blade. Rosewood handle. Rosewood display stand. Hang packaged."