M95 AND M07 SISSIPUUKKO



M95 SISSIPUUKKO

Finnish combat knife, manufactured by J.P. Peltonen. 1st generation with unmarked rubber coated handle and smooth blued finish on marked blade.

Finnish combat knife, manufactured by J.P. Peltonen. 2nd generation with hard plastic handle and smooth blued finish on blade.

Finnish combat knife, manufactured by J.P. Peltonen. 3rd generation with rubber coated handle and rough grey finish on blade.

Current finnish ranger knives.

Variations:

Prototype only

M07 SISSIPUUKKO

Shorter version of m/95. Manufactured by J.P. Peltonen. Rubber coated handle and rough finish on blade.

I have the newer version of the M07 (not from you guys BTW, they were very difficult to find in stock anywhere). It's a very good knife, on a par with the Terävä Jääkäripuukkos. Let's be honest, the JP is the knife Varusteleka designed to offer a similar knife to the Peltonen which was always out of stock - and you did a very good job. So well that Peltonen ended his cooperation with Fiskars and shifted the production of his knife blades to Laurin Metalli, the same who make the Terävä knives. The Peltonen Sissipuukko and the Jääkäripuukko are obviously made from the same blade stock - 80CrV2, same width, same thickness. Thus, excellent steel. The Peltonen Sissipuukko has a different profile, with a higher grind and a thinner tip, more suitable for either cutting cheese or stabbing something or someone.

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Finnish combat knife, manufactured by J.P. Peltonen. 4th generation with rubber coated handle and rough grey finish on blade.

New grinding pattern on blade, new type klydex scabbard.