Jaeger Boning and Cub Bear Caping Fixed Knives Combo Leather Sheath Sharpening Steel Warranty

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Jaeger Boning Knife:
Fixed Blade
Full tang
0.118" thick blade
ATS-34 steel
Rubber Suregrip Santoprene handle

Cub Bear Caping Knife:
6-1/2" long
2-3/4" cutting edge
Full tang
Rubber Suregrip Santoprene handle

Oil leather sheath
Double sided diamond coated sharpening steel
Made in the USA
Lifetime warranty

For warranty issues, contact 800-572-0980

Jaeger Boning and Cub Bear Caping Fixed Knives Combo -
Two of our most famous knives are now teamed together, the Jaeger Boning Knife and the Cub Bear Caping Knife. The Jaeger Boning knife is 154CM steel, double drawn and cryogenically treated, full tang for strength. They come with genuine stag handles on both knives. The Cub Bear is called the best caping knife ever designed, by many hunters and taxidermists. Oiled leather sheath hangs at a 45 degree angle off the belt for ease of carry. Double sided diamond coated sharpening steel is provided in a special pocket.

Caper Blade -
A caper, or caping knife, is generally a small fixed blade. It is designed for preparing large game animals for mounting, a task which requires fine detail work for optimal results.

Boning knife -
A knife used for removing the bones of poultry, meat, and fish.

Fixed Blade -
A fixed blade is a solid piece of steel, anchored to the handle without any folding mechanisms. It's durable and holds up well against the elements.

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, one 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.

Santoprene -
This material is a thermoplastic compound that is processed in much the same way as any type of plastic. The difference is that Santoprene possesses the same levels of flexibility and durability that are commonly found with natural rubber compounds. Because of the longer life of Santoprene in both extreme hot and cold environments, the material is often preferred over the use of rubber.