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Fiddleback Forge Forager Knife - Model Info

The Fiddleback Forge Forager is a formidable blade that's ready for chopping tasks, but has a pointed tip to get precision work done well also. The Forager is the big brother to the Rapscallion and Gambler models. 

The Forager was designed with chopping in mind, but it's unique shape make it more than able to be an all purpose blade. As Andy states about the design, "the Forager was inspired by Chinese blades", although he admits the resemblance to the Bowie family in the finished product. It's also a very challenging design to make, as Andy puts it, "every time I make one I look at it and wonder if I have the skill to finish the grinds on it. Then when that last pass is done, it is a big relief."

Just holding it makes you want to disappear into the wilderness, knowing you're ready for anything.

Sheath sold separately. 

Knife Specifications

Blade Length:  6.25"
Overall Length:  11.25"
Blade Metal:  A2
Handle Material:  Varies knife to knife  
Tang:  SFT - Skeletonized Full Tang or TT - Tapered Tang
Grind:  Convex

Knife fabricated, assembled, and finished in the USA by Fiddleback Forge and Andy Roy, using domestic steels and high-quality handle materials.


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PLEASE READ: This is a model example only and does not represent current stock of this model, nor the ability to order the exact knives shown. Fiddleback Forge does not take custom requests nor do they build knives to customer specifications. This listing is meant to show previous configurations of this particular model that we have had in stock, as well as possibilities of configurations for future knives that Fiddleback Forge may choose to make. Specifications are subject to change at Fiddleback Forge's discretion.