Crazy Crow's Stainless Guthook Skinner Knife w/Deer Antler & Turquoise Handle is assembled right here in the USA by veterans and families of those that have served, these knives are perfect examples of a solid but beautiful working man's knife. Knife handle is made from hand select, highly polished deer antler which is inlayed with genuine Kingman turquoise. A brass guard is perfectly fit for aesthetics and safety. This is a knife that should last a lifetime. Each knife measures approximately 9" overall and comes with a fitted leather sheath.
This style skinner knife is available in two blade options (Skinner or Guthook) and also in two steel options (Stainless or Damascus). Either way you go, you will be satisfied. See related products below.
Often used by hunters for field dressing, the "hook" in the spine is placed in a small cut in the the underside of the animal and pulled like a zipper. Its purpose is to split the skin of a game animal in gutting operations of field dressing by hooking over the skin, and being pulled along to sever it.
About the Skinner Knife: The skinner knife or skinning knife typically has a wide blade with a deep belly (curved) and extended cutting edge. Blade length varies with the size of the animal, with the most popular ranging from 3" to 6". The edge is strong and does not have much flexibility or spring. Skinning knives are more a hunting tool than a weapon. Crazy Crow Trading Post's readymade skinning knives are authentic reproductions of early American skinning knives, including the fur trade era.