Bird and Trout Knife Making Blank Skinner– Satin – S19

(1 customer review)

$19.99

This blade is perfect for processing birds and trout, but also many other animals and tasks. Plus, since it’s made of a high-quality stainless steel, it’s perfect for wet environments as well.

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Description

The Bird and Trout Knife Making Blank Skinner in Satin finish (S19) from Premium Knife Supply is a versatile and ergonomically designed skinner that is guaranteed to impress. Crafted from stainless steel and heat-treated to RC 57-58, this pocket blade offers exceptional durability and edge retention. Rest assured, this skinner comes already sharpened and ready to perform.

Ideal for processing birds and trout, this blade excels in a variety of animal and general tasks. With its high-quality stainless steel construction, it is also highly suitable for use in wet environments, making it a truly versatile tool. With an overall length of 8-1/2″ and a 4″ blade length, the Bird and Trout Pocket Knife Skinner offers excellent balance and control. The 3mm thickness ensures a sturdy blade for precision cutting. Tackle every task with confidence — order now! 

 

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Specifications:

  • Overall length: 8-1/2″
  • Blade length: 4”
  • Thickness: 3 mm
  • Pin holes: (2) 5/32”
  • Finish: Satin
  • Steel type: 9Cr14MoV Stainless Steel

1 review for Bird and Trout Knife Making Blank Skinner– Satin – S19

  1. WOLF CREEK KNIVES (verified owner)

    I made one of these for the annual dinner for our Volunteer Fire Department. Since Covid was around, this years drawing was a raffle done at our local gas station. The drawing was held after a month of display and brought in $570.00. I asked about the drawing and was told that people “loved” the style and the Walnut I’d used as scales. I was happy for the outcome and will continue to add these to my inventory.

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