Fiddleback Forge Kismet Practical Hunter (KPH) Knife - Model Info
The Fiddleback Forge Kismet Practical Hunter is a game processing knife/skinner. The belly on this knife makes it an ideal skinner.
The Fiddleback Forge KPH was designed by Kismet, from Bladeforums, and the first ones were made by Sarge. Himalayan Imports also makes the knife. These men and HI were both heavy influences. Kismet asked Andy Roy to make the knife. The finished product has a look that is as distinctive as it is useful.
Sheath sold separately.
Blade Length: 4"
Overall Length: 8.75"
Blade Metal: A2
Handle Material: Varies knife to knife
Tang: SFT - Skeletonized Tang or TT - Tapered Tang
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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