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Summit - Stag

Your Price: $475.00
Item #: 00101FG

This beauty has curves in all the right places, to make field dressing a pleasure. Its design is absolutely inspired, fitting your hand as well as the job, so there is very little fatigue. Excellent choice for midsize and large game. 

"Best of the Best" WINNER 2007
Field & Stream Magazine 

This tapered, full tang hunting knife has 3 mosaic pins and a lanyard hole.

Many of our handles are natural materials, some are layered polymers. Variation in color or pattern may occur between handles of the same material.


CategorySummit Item Number00101FG
Handle DetailsHand made, hand inleted set of 3 Mosaic Pins for a custom handle. SteelFriction Forged® D2 High Carbon Tool Steel
Blade Bevel4.5° wedge grind with a 16-18° sharpened bevel Blade Depth1"
Blade Thickness0.118" - 0.120" @ spine Blade StyleDrop Point
Blade Length3.750" Knife Length8.750"
Knife Weight4.0 oz. Spine Rc Hardness42-45
Blade Rc Hardness65-68 SheathVegetable tanned, kydex lined, oiled split grained cowhide
DesignerCharles Allen
"Never need to sharpen"
Lightweight incredibly sharp I own three diamond blades (pd1, summit, commander) you never need to sharpen after over a year of cutting everything ! They are so light they appear at first to be fragile but are the toughest blade I've ever had (all three) maybe not as stylish as some knives but the edge is "other worldly" the pd1 is a amazing and probably my favorite but the commander is my edc and the summit is just as good. Takes 3-5 mos to get one (they are popular) but worth the wait. Mark hoyle Dallas Texas
  Yes, I recommend this product.
"Summit Stag"
Love this knife. Very sharp and stays that way. Looks great with the antler handle too. Boned out an elk last fall and just as sharp as when I started. Wish you would make one with an orange sure grip handle. I'd buy it, as I've been known to lay my knife down when dressing an animal and having to search for it.
  Yes, I recommend this product.
"Cut up five moose before it needed sharpening."
I have a folder and the ironwood fixed blade knife. The fixed blade hunting knife cut up five moose before it needed sharpening. I gave it a few licks on a fine diamond hone and then a few more on a six thousand grit japanese waterstone and it was back to literally shaving sharp. It would be an awesome history making straight razor!
  Yes, I recommend this product.

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