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The Mossback™ Hunter fixed blade hunting knife offers a 3.2” drop point blade, G10 handle and nylon sheath in a package that’s ready to hit the field. This is the one to have on your belt when you’re carrying a lot of venison on your back.
- Drop Point Blade Style
- Durable G10 Handles
- Useful Nylon Sheath w/Belt Loop
|Blade Length||3.193" (81.1 mm)|
|Blade Finish||Powder Coat|
|Blade Thickness||0.124" (3.15 mm)|
|Overall Length||7.25" (184.15 mm)|
|Weight||4.4 oz. (124.74g)|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Material||Nylon webbing|
|Sheath Weight||1.1 oz. (31.18g)|
Tom Krein from Gentry, Arkansas, truly lived the motto of form follows function when designing this knife. Having served as an ER trauma nurse, he learned a lot about ergonomics and human anatomy. Not to mention the anatomy of animals being an avid hunter. Over the years, he’s used this background and a hefty dose of knife knowledge to create over 13 noteworthy blades.
However you use it, the Mossback™ Hunter comes up big on cutting power. Use it with an inverted hold and you’ll find the drop point blade is big enough for all North American game. Yet you can also cap it with your finger while dressing. All that tasty venison meat never saw it coming.
With a tough G10 handle, it’s also incredibly durable and feels great in your hand. Meanwhile a nylon sheath makes it easy to attach to your belt or strap to your pack. This knife looks even better in action.
If you’re a deer hunter who has been looking for a faster way to process your game, your Mossback™ Hunter has arrived.
“Form follows function” is more than just a saying for Tom. It’s a philosophy that guides every knife and design decision he makes. After all, having been an ER nurse and later working as a knife maker he knows what works. Blending art with handcrafted steel, he creates tools that get used often. Whether it’s cleaning a freshly landed trout with his Mossback™ knife or dicing up vegetables from the garden outside his shop that’s free to the public.