Knives of Alaska Trekker series Pronghorn Hunter fixed blade knife
3.25" clip point plain blade
D2 tool stainless steel blade, 59-60 HRC
8.25" overall length
Orange Suregrip handle
Integral finger guard
18 degree to 20 degree bevel
Leather sheath included
Limited lifetime warranty
For warranty issues, contact Knives of Alaska at 800-572-0980
Trekker Series Pronghorn hunter (Orange) -
With a sharp thin point, this Knives Of Alaska (KOA) Trekker Series Pronghorn Knife makes an excellent choice for delicate and intricate incision cuts. Scalpel like sharpness throughout the blade, this Knives Of Alaska (KOA) Trekker Series Pronghorn Knife is a skinning knife that is up for the job. Not limited to skinning only, this Knives Of Alaska (KOA) Trekker Series Pronghorn Knife will come in handy around camp too.
Skinner Blade -
A cutting blade made of surgical stainless steel with a very small angled back hone, a small grind angle, a small angled front hone, and a reduced size included angle, which has an increased hardness that results in a longer lasting narrow edge geometry blade that has a reasonable cost with increased durability and accuracy, providing greater cutting precision, productivity and net yields, while reducing the compression of the blade and processing downtime.
Material is an air hardened tool steel, which offers good corrosion resistance and excellent mileage in wear resistance. This is a good choice for hard use applications.
Full Tang -
The term full tang means that the knife and sword is one solid piece with the two handle pieces are pinned on to the blade, o ne on each side. This is the strongest of the tang types. Half tang knives go the length of the knife handle, but only half the width of it. has a reasonable cost with increased durability and accuracy, providing greater cutting precision, productivity and net yields, while reducing the compression of the blade and processing downtime.
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