Boar Hunter Skinning Knife And Sheath

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  • Great idea for that hog hunter on your gift list
  • 6" hollow ground stainless steel full-tang blade
  • Ergonomic wooden handle; brass-tone guard
  • Includes top quality leather sheath
  • Overall length: 9 1/4"

The Boar Hunter Skinning knife is perfect for that special hog hunter on your gift list! It features a 6" hollow ground stainless steel, full-tang blade that will get the job done out there. The attractive wooden handle has a great feel to it and features a brass-tone guard, pommel and pins. A quality leather sheath houses the blade.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Apr 07, 2018
(3 out of 5)
It's a knife

For $8.99 it's not a terrible knife. I would relegate this one to field work. The pommel came all scratched up. The wood handle is half lacquered or something. The sheath's a sheath if you want to call it that. All in all I'm really not sorry I bought it. It's a good knife needing a good home and lots of sharpening. LJP


Johnny Fierro
Nov 09, 2015
(5 out of 5)
classic Design

Its a improved sheath compared to my other. Old one feels like paper, this one is a stiff thin leather but not the best. Knife came razor sharp and no flaws in handle. Sprayed Ball pistol over sheath to soften it up. Satisfied with purchase.


Andy Fox
Jun 09, 2014
(3 out of 5)
Blade problems

Nice knife, but within one month the blade was rusting! I own around a dozen knives and have never had this happen to any other blade. Get the steel wool out.


Apr 17, 2014
(2 out of 5)

Well the Picture looks better then the knife you will receive. The sheath sucks and Im gonna have to go out and buy a new one, The blade is trashed...all jacked up. but I guess you get what you pay for. The handle is poorly made and Im just gonna take that off and make my own for it.


Apr 07, 2014
(3 out of 5)
Okay for the price

This knife is okay fr the price. I don't regret buying it, but I don't know if I would buy it again. I mostly bought it to practice sharpening. The blade came quite dull, but AUS-6 sharpens easily. The downside is it also dulls easily. The knife itself is well made, feels good in the hand, and the construction of the scales and furniture is solid. The guard and pommel aren't brass, though; they're brass plated pot metal. It looks nice and the full-tang blade puts it above most knives in this price as far as durability and functionality. It's not a knife I would stake my life on in the wilderness, but it's perfectly suitable for general outdoor activities. The biggest let down was the sheath--"top quality leather" my left thumb. The main body appears to be heavy cardstock with a thin veneer of leather and a coat of cheap black paint. The belt loop appears to be solid leather, but it's the cheapest blue leather available with a coat of the same black gunk that's on the rest of it. All in all it solid full-tang construction and comfortable grip put it head and shoulders above the vast majority of knives in the price range, but for a similar amount of money you can get something fantastic like a Morakniv.


Caleb H.
Jan 13, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Nice knife

Out of the Boar, Fox and Stag skinners that seemed to me to be relatives this is the best. The handle feels decent in your hand, the blade came sharp and is easy to sharpen when it dulls, and the tang fits well against the handle material. The sheath isn't the best but for a $9 knife I knew it wouldn't be perfect. Worth a few bucks as a side note on a larger order.


Oct 14, 2013
(2 out of 5)

To me, there is 3 things I look at in a Large skinning knife, Blade (sharp, heavy, drop point, 5'1/2-7' blade) Handle (good guard, dual pins, texture glued) and sheath (leather, snapping lock, snug fit). This knife seemed to have it all. I was satisfied when I got it. very sharp and somewhat thick with a good secure feel on my hip as well as in my hand. I was with my uncle 2 weeks after getting this knife, in a tree stand when I reached to grab my DDW (dead down wind) spray and my hand went between my hip and the knife. the loop of the sheath immediately fell off my waist, 15 feet off the tree stand, and landed on the forest floor. whoops... I know it wasn't built to be beaten' like that, but the handle was cracked into 3 pieces and the sheath had failed me. I watched $9 fall 15 feet to the ground. it's a alright knife. not that durable though. but it sure looks cool! I'll give it that!


Felix Rodriguez
Oct 07, 2013
(3 out of 5)

Nice knife sharp and well made. Only 3 stars because of the terrible sheath.


Patrick Berry
Jun 27, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Great Knife!

I like the Boar Hunter Knife so much, for the heavy bolster and pommel of brass, FULL TANG, leather scabbard, that I bought 6 more!!! Great gifts to friends and relatives! So sharp, that point guards needed! Throw one into the back pack for a backup camp knife! A great bargain at less than $10!!!


Jun 13, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Nice, hefty knife

I purchased this knife for my husband, and we were both quite pleasantly surprised at its heft and weight. Full tang, not too hard to sharpen, and holds its edge well. More than anything else, though, he says he likes the way it feels in his hand. Thank you, Bud K, for another fine product.


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