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Kershaw Antelope Hunter II and Zipit Combo

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Kershaw Antelope Hunter II and Zipit Combo

Antelope Hunter II
3-5/8" fixed drop point blade
AUS 8A stainless steel, 56-58 HRC
Copolymer handle
Sure grip
8" overall length
Includes sheath
Weighs 3.6 ounces

Zipit Gut Hook
1/2" fixed gut hook blade
420J2 stainless steel
Rubber insert handle
Safety orange finish
Rubber lined finger hold
3-3/4" overall length
Weighs 1.6 ounces

Kershaw Antelope Hunter II and Zipit Combo -
The Antelope Hunter II is big and incredibly practical. The blade is constructed of tough AUS 8A stainless steel rated 56-58 on the Rockwell scale. The co polymer handle is designed for a sure grip even in wet, outdoor conditions. The Zipit gut hook is very popular tool now comes in safety orange.

Drop Point Blade -
This blade has a gentle, sloping convex curve to the point versus the concave curve of the clip blade. Being thicker, this blade point is stronger for heavier tasks. It stands up to abuse well, but isn't as effective for easy penetration.

Gut Hook Blade -
The gut hook is used by making a small incision with the main blade, then by using the hook to cut open the abdomen. For great performance when field dressing game, a gut, or skinning hook is an ideal tool.

AUS 8 -
A Japanese made medium carbon, high chromium stainless steel, which offers a good balance of toughness, edge sharpness and corrosion resistance.

420J2 Stainless Steel -
420J2 is a low carbon stainless steel and also the entry grade of cutlery class stainless steel that is available. It is quite tough and resistant to corrosion. It has low wear resistance making it a very easy  to shape and sharpen blade steel.

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.
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"Good knife for the money but it is made in China. I was disappointed about this because I have a good amount of respect for Kershaw and didn't know they were outsourcing. Hence the price but it is very sharp and has been handy. I haven't skinned anything so I can't rate the skinner hook but it looks like it'll do the job."