This is just about the greatest knife ever! I’m just a little late to the party concerning this knife which has been around nearly as long as I have – at any rate since 1956. As you can see it has a 55 mm blade. That’s just under 2 ¼”. (55mm = 2.16”) You could easily skin and butcher a sambar deer with one of them, and they only cost a few bucks (with spare blades – and of course you can have as many spare blades as you want supposing you get very lucky on your hunting trip!
It is also very light. The (heavier) Grey one pictured weighs 50 grams, for example. The Black is 42 grams and its blade is about 1 1/4″. Costs from A$11.50 including delivery! Just what the serious ultralight deer hunter would need.
Mine arrived today (in about four days). I bought the whole set for about A$30 delivered. They will have many uses. The grey one is definitely suitable for butchery. It is an excellent cross between a folder and a fixed blade knife. The blade is quite thick and rigid – and comes razor sharp. It is sharpened on both sides and could easily be re-sharpened.
You can easily carry a couple of spare blades – you can see the weights on my scales. If you want to go ultralight you could definitely get by with the black one at 42 grams whose blade has two ends so you have two sharp edges right there. They both have a hole in the end of the handle so you can carry them around your neck on a piece of string. Yes, I think you should get one to try out.
You can buy a fancier more expensive one from Titaner too, eg: https://titaner-store.com/products/heavy-duty-utility-knife
Nitecore have one too: https://www.nitecorestore.com/ntk10-titanium-utility-knife-p/acc-nite-knife-ntk10.htm
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