The 'Hemmingway' Skinner - Cocobolo
The 'Hemmingway' - an old-world skinning knife. Like it's namesake, understated and functional. Broad tip, fat belly, finger curve on the choil and razor sharp - made for the field, it'll make light work of any skinning task. This one is crafted in 1095 carbon steel with a Harmon and stonewash patina. It has file-work on the spine to help maintain a firm grip in slippery situations, beautifully figured oiled Cocobolo scales and brass fixtures with a lanyard hole in the back. Comes with a custom fitted leather sheath.
Blade: 1095 Carbon Steel (HRC +/- 60)
Blade thickness: 3.3 mm (0.13")
Blade length: 96 mm (3.7")
Overall length: 203 mm (8")
Handle material: Oiled Cocobolo
Full, tapered tang with filework on the spine, Harmon and stonewash patina, black vulcanized fibre liners, brass pins with lanyard hole. Comes with a custom fitted sheath as seen.