Durable lockback knife with three convenient blades
Knife features clip point blade, gut hook, and saw blade
Strong stainless steel blade construction
8'' long with saw blade extended
4-1/2'' long when closed
Knife comes with black ballistic nylon sheath
Get all the blades you need for the great outdoors in one knife with the Winchester® 3-Blade Folding Knife. This handy triple lockback knife includes a sharp clip point blade, a gut hook, and a saw blade. All blades made of durable stainless steel. Knife is approximately 8'' long with saw blade extended and approximately 4-1/2'' long when closed. Features wood handle and lanyard hole. Comes with black ballistic nylon sheath. Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by BowHunting Good Product
I bought this knife because my hunting buddy has one. He has skinned three deer with it, I skinned one of mine with it and the knife is stil sharp. The gut hook works well, the saw is "ok" for splitting the pelvis, the knife cut right through the breast bone.
The only thing it could use is a thumb stub to open the main blade faster/ easier.
November 3, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by swampjuice Good Budget Knife
This knife is pretty good for the price. From the factory it is a little dull but sharpens easily and holds its edge well. The hook works well to open a deer belly and the saw will get you thru the breast bone. As others have said it is a little stiff opening and closing, but it does loosen up with use. If you want a pretty good combo knife and dont want to spend a fortune, this is a good buy. And it won't make you sick if you forget to pick it up after gutting a deer and leave in the woods. (As I have done with way more expensive knives)
August 23, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Danthehuntingman Not Exactly the Best Knife I Own
I got this knife from my parents as a christmas gift. I quickly examined the blade, and it appeared somewhat dull, but I decided to take it out on a squirrel hunting trip the next time.I attempted to cut through the first squirrels hide. And nothing exactly happened. I quickly found out that my suspicions on the dull blade were entirely true.I then switched over to my cheap little buck knife and it made quick work of it. Another flaw in this is the locks are EXTREMELY difficult to operate the first few times. They do get a little better with use but not a ton. Also the blade now has a few spots of rust, I find this odd since I take decent care of my knives and this one is apparently stainless steel. The other two attachments like the knife can be used, but practically anything else you can possibly purchase will work better. The only reason why this is getting two stars is because the darn thing is practically indestructible.
May 30, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by unlucky1 just ok
Field dressed two deer now with this and I can say that: the knife blade works good, stays reasonably sharp after each dressing. The gut hook works good. Now the bad, saw is worthless foranything other then sapling sized branches. Don't try to saw bone with it. The lock is difficult to disengauge with my larger hands. Other then that works good, next time I'd just buy a nice fixed blade. BTW it is very heavy.
January 8, 2011