This is a knife that collectors will want to get their hands on. Designed in honor of the 100th anniversary of Camillus Cutlery’s first skinning knife model, this skinner has a rustic look that mimics the style of American frontier life. On first blush, the knife seems old-fashioned, but once you examine it more closely you’ll be able to discern its more modern touches. This fixed blade knife is all hollow-ground 1095 high carbon steel that’s been coated with black powder. Its handle, which looks pretty rough at first, is actually made from tough brown canvas micarta. This knife marries the old and the new, taking the best of both worlds to make something really unique. Includes a saddle skirting sheath with a belt loop.
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