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Kephart


Horace Kephart was a famous outdoorsman in the early 1900’s. His spearpoint outdoors knife has become a popular American knife pattern. In our opinion, his was a very basic and kinda under-inspiring knife so Andy Roy added some curves to the Fiddleback pattern (of course). While our knife might not look like Horace’s, its got the same spearpoint at its heart and also features a comfortable working handle and a bit more guard than most we’ve seen.

Knife Specifications

Blade Length: 4 Inches
Handle Length: 4.5 Inches
Blade Metal: varies by build
Handle Material: varies by build
Tang: varies by build
Grind: varies by build