Whitetail Skinner

I think people often tend to overestimate the size of knife required to skin and butcher a deer. I have often done it with some of my smallest of knives, or even a folder! What I want in a skinner is a good shaped handle (for when things get messy), an overall size that is easy to control, and some good belly on the knife.

 

I designed my Whitetail Skinner with these things in mind. It is my idea of the perfect hunting knife. However, after holding it, using it, and testing it, it just begs to be used for SO much more.

 

Additional Specs:

Blade Length: 3.75”

Overall Length: 7.75”

Thickness: 1/8” or 5/32” (I do both)

Grind: High Flat grind, with polish convex secondary bevel.

Steel: O1

 
 

 

Pricing and Options:

Base Knife Price: $310.00

 
 

 

Thickness Options:

1/8″ – $0

5/32″ – $5

 
 

 

Steel Options:
01 – $0

Grind Options:

 

 

Flat – $0 (Default finish for flat grinds is a belt finish unless hand finish is specified)

Handles (Micarta):

Green Canvas – $0

Black Canvas – $0

Natural Canvas – $0

Red Linen – $0

G10 – $0

Maroon Linen – $10

Handles (Wood):

Cocobolo – $20

Bocote – $20

African Blackwood – $25

Stabilized Curly Birch – $90

Desert Ironwood – $40

Desert Ironwood Burl – $65

Curly Maple – $25

Maple – $20

Cherry – $20

Walnut – $20

Something else in mind? I can do almost anything you want. Contact us for pricing.

 

Pins:

Stainless (default on micarta and G10) - $0

Brass (default on woods) – $0

Mosaic – $20  (see this link for styles)

Liners:

Blue – $5

Black- $5

White- $5

Red- $5

1/8″ Black Paper Linen – $10 (see this link for example)

Sheaths:

Normal Foldover sheath – $0

No Sheath – (subtract $20)

Matching Firesteel (Army Sized Light My Fire Blank) – $25