High Carbon 10" steel blade (not stainless) with rolled edge for optimal cutting power. Stacked leather handle with brass spacers and fiber washers. Brass finger guard and aluminum butt. Brown leather belt sheath By today's standards, this is a massive knife. Webster Marble began production of the Model 56 Trailmaker in late 1908 or early 1909. About 25,000 were made between 1909 and 1958, including some 7-inch versions during the 1950s. The 7-inch and 10-inch Trailmakers are laser cut from solid bars of high carbon 5160M steel and subjected to a complicated multi-step process for proper heat treat and temper. This costly process ensures maximum edge holding, removes all traces of brittleness for strength and minimizes warpage. This knife (as well as its 7" brother) will effortlessly sever a two-inch manila rope, clear a trail and cut firewood. Or, just enjoy the esthetic beauty of this impressive knife. Specs: Blade length: 10 1/2" Handle length: 5" Overall length: 15 1/2" Weight: 22 oz. Rockwell: 59-60 Rc. Blade Thickness: .250"