KA-BAR Stacked Leather Hunters Knives

$54.99
Color: Brown Leather
Blade Length: 4 3/8"
Edge: Fine
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Color
Blade Length
Edge
Model Number
Availability
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Brown Leather
4 3/8"
Fine
1233
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$54.99
SKU: 50014750
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Blade Length
4 3/8"
Edge
Fine
Model Number
1233
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KA-BAR Stacked Leather Hunters Knives
SKU:  50014750
Color
Brown Leather
Blade Length
4 3/8"
Edge
Fine
Model Number
1233
$54.99
Invalid quantity
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Ship to Address
Free Ship to Store
Store Availability at
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Description
KA-BAR Stacked Leather Hunters Knives

Enjoy the same craftsmanship that made the KA-BAR® survival knife a legend in a package crafted for hunting. The stacked-leather handles are polished to a high sheen and accented with brass finger guards and aluminum butt caps. AUS 6 stainless steel blades are quick to take a razor-sharp edge and resist rusting or pitting when extreme weather puts them to the test. Leather sheath included. Imported.
Available:

  • Little Finn – 3-5/8" blade; 7" overall
  • Hunter – 4" blade; 8-1/8" overall
  • Skinner – 4-3/8" blade; 8-1/4" overall
Web ID: 100144984
Important notice
  • Notice--Knives: Age.
    You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase a knife. Check your local laws and restrictions before ordering any knife.
  • Notice--Check Local Laws and Regulations.
    Please check your local laws and regulations before ordering and using this product.
  • Notice--Pocket/Clasp Knives.
    Sales by catalog or internet of pocket knives with blades 2 1/2" or longer are prohibited in Cleveland, OH. The sale of clasp knives with a blade more than 3 1/4" in length is prohibited in Richmond, VA. The sale of a knife with a blade length of 4" or more which is so constructed that when it is locked in an open position and cannot be closed without depressing or moving a release mechanism is prohibited in New York City.