Knives Of Alaska Suregrip Bush Camp Knife

February 26, 2019 - Comment

Our most popular knife.Double finger choils and lanyard opening for perfect grip and safety.The ideal knife for outfitters and taxidermists performing precision skinning duties and fine detail work. Product Features Blade is 2.4″ in length made of 440C Stainless Steel, finished with a ceramic penned “Hunters Non-Glare”. Handle is Full Tang, Black Suregrip. Sheath is

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Our most popular knife.Double finger choils and lanyard opening for perfect grip and safety.The ideal knife for outfitters and taxidermists performing precision skinning duties and fine detail work.

Product Features

  • Blade is 2.4″ in length made of 440C Stainless Steel, finished with a ceramic penned “Hunters Non-Glare”.
  • Handle is Full Tang, Black Suregrip.
  • Sheath is vegetable tanned, oiled, split grained cowhide.
  • Double draw heat temper, Cryogenic “deep Freeze” treatment.
  • Lifetime warranty, Made in the USA

Comments

Anonymous says:

GREAT KNIFE FOR HARD USE Knife is beautifully made. Good, sharp steel and non-slip grip. GREAT knife; looks like it will last a long time. The sheath is not as good. The first one I got had missing and bad stitching. KNIVES OF ALASKA replaced the sheath immediately with expedited shipping. The 2nd sheath had a snap so stiff it could hardly be opened; felt like it would pull through leather if not corrected. I spent some time with sandpaper and got the snap to work correctly. The leather is not real substantial…

Anonymous says:

Superb Quality and Design The Knives of Alaska Bush Camp knife is one of the best all-around knives I’ve come across. It is a quality full tang blade made of super strong D2 steel that only requires a bit of oil and a wipe down if working in wet conditions. This knife is a great survival-bushcraft tool that is razor sharp and is an excellent companion on a hunt or any outdoor excursion. This knife is made in the USA and the folks at KOA warranty it for a lifetime. You will get a registration card and a letter from the…

Anonymous says:

This knife hits a sweet spot in Survival, Expedition Backpacking, Bushcraft I’m really surprised no other knife maker has a model like this. It’s big enough to qualify as a Survival knife but small enough to take with you everywhere outdoors and not feel like your carrying a pry bar. The blade is the right thickness to pound on but delicate enough for fish processing and wood carving. The blade steel is D2 done right. Knives of Alaska is a US company so quality is good and price is fair at $85.00 or less.

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