DESCRIPTION

4″ blade of 3/16″ stock, 4 1/2″ and 5″ blades of 1/4″ stock.  The top of the blade in front of the hilt is notched for thumb placement. Brass single hilt. Approximately 4 1/4″ – 4 5/8″ leather handle. Duralumin butt cap. The original drop-point blade. Designed by Tommy Thompson, noted Alaskan guide, in 1952 for big-game skinning.  The point is dropped below the top of the blade to prevent cutting too deeply through skins when used point first.

Note: Model 11-3 1/4″ non- catalog model knife is standard with a stag handle.

 

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Standard Features

  • BLADE LENGTH: 4", 4.5", 5"
  • BLADE STOCK: 3/16 or 1/4
  • HANDLE SHAPE: Standard
  • HANDLE MATERIAL: Leather
  • HILT STYLE: Standard Single
  • WEIGHT: 4" – 5-6 oz. | 4.5" & 5" – 7-8 oz.
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PRICE: 4" - $400 | 4.5" & 5" - $435

75 years