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4 Inch Blades

A 4” bladed knife will serve a person for most tasks. We make many outdoor knife models in this size category. When choosing between these, look at the shape of the blade and handle. It is largely a decision of personal preference. Do you like drop points or spear points? Which handle shape is more pleasing to you?

Arete
Arete

The Arête is a spearoint bushcrafting knife designed by Jason Moulenbelt during a contest at Blade Forums.  This knife is one of the many Fiddleback Forge knives in this category that have 4” blades and 4.5” handles.

Asp
Asp

The Asp is a 4" bladed and 4.5" handled fighter. It's pointy see...  Truth be told, Andy has been carrying his around to mostly open boxes, but the knife definitely wants to thrust. This is one of the three new moels based on the Sneaky Pete.

Bourbon Street Skinner
Bourbon Street Skinner

The Bourbon Street Skinner is a short, but deadly knife with a 4.5" blade and a 4.5" handle.

Bushcrafter
Bushcrafter

Fiddleback's Bushcrafter is a favorite knife for all outdoor tasks. This knife has a 4" blade and 4.5" handle.

Bushfinger
Bushfinger

Our signature knife designed with a drop point 4" blade and 4.5" handle.

Camp Nessie
Camp Nessie

Camping, chopping and shelter building are easy with the Camp Nessie. This replaces a small hatchet with its 4.5" long blade and 4.75" long handle.

Hunter
Hunter

The Hunter knife is big enough to chop wood and light enough to prep game. The 4.75" long handle  with 4.5" blade feels great in your hand!

KE Bushie
KE Bushie

The KE Bushie is a hard working, spearpoint bushcrafting knife with a 3.9" blade and 4.5" handle.

Kephart
Kephart

Horace Kephart was a famous outdoorsman in the early 1900’s. Our Kephart knife is a tribute to this legendary outdoorsman's spearpoint knife. Our Kephart knife is 8.5” long with a 4.5” handle.

Kismet's Practical Hunter
Kismet's Practical Hunter

The Kismet's Practical Hunter is a game processing knife/skinner. It was designed by Kismet, from Bladeforums, and the first ones were made by Sarge.