RedHead® Camo Fixed Blade Hunting Knife
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Quality fixed blade hunting knife with camo rubber handle Durable full tang construction 3.8'' clip point 7Cr17 stainless steel bladeErgonomic finger slots in handle for sure grip Camo nylon sheath
Enjoy sure handling and concealment from a quality hunting knife with the RedHead® Camo Fixed Blade Hunting Knife. This quality knife is built around a full-tang clip point blade forged from 7Cr17 stainless steel with a matte finish. The sure grip rubber handle features an ergonomic design for a sure grip and a camo finish for great concealment when stowed in its camo nylon sheath (included). Blade length: 3.8''. Overall length: 8.6''. Weight: 7.2 oz.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cole1234 Very nice
Amazing knife, sheath is very good also, only 25$ too.
June 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by aHappyCustomer Excellent Knife 5 Stars!
I rarely go back and give reviews on products i buy but I picked this knife up a few days ago and for only 25 bucks it was so worth it that i just had to write a review. First off the blade is extremely sharp with a really nice matte gray finish that i like a lot. It's really heavy duty, very well made and feels solid with just the right amount of weight to it. The real tree camo on the handle and the sheath is really what makes this knife amazing it's really a beautiful well made knife and if the price tag said 50 i probably still would've bought it. It's quickly becoming my favorite knife of my collection. Also the ease of use with the sheath has been really great. Trust me this knife is a great buy! 2 thumbs up!
February 21, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rick58 Knife Ok ... Sheath Not So Much
I just purchased this knife a couple of days ago so I haven't really had a chance to give it a good run, but the knife itself does seem of reasonable quality for the price. It has a good feel to it and has so far performed well. The sheath though is another story. Because this knife comes sold in a sealed blister pack I did not have a chance to look it over well till I got it home. The sheath has a very flimsy web snap strap and belt loop. Both are already showing wear and I do not expect them to last long. Also, the sheath itself has a poor quality, thin plastic liner which makes it difficult to slide the knife into. If you can have a look at the sheath at the store before buying then do so. If I had, I probably would have passed on this knife.
April 29, 2010
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