FIDDLEBACK FORGE - KPH (Kismet Practical Hunter)The Fiddleback Forge Kismet Practical Hunter is a great big-game processing knife. From the field to the table, it will handle all aspects of preparing your wild game.
The Fiddleback Forge KPH was designed by Kismet (a Bladeforums member) and the first ones were produced by Sarge. Himalayan Imports also made a version of this knife at one time. These men and Himalayan Imports heavily influenced this version produced by Fiddleback Forge. Kismet asked Andy Roy to make the knife and the result is fantastic. The final product has a look that is as unique as it is useful.
Specifications / Features
Knife Weight - 5.3 oz
Overall Length - 7.9"
Tang - Full Exposed Flat
Handle Material - Dyed Curly Maple
Grind - Partial Convex
Blade Steel - A2 Tool Steel
Blade Length - 3.5"
Blade Thickness - .125"
Blade Type - Clip Point
Blade Finish - 3D Spalted and Satin
Other Feature - "Bullseye" Lanyard Tube
Other Feature - Natural and White Liners
Other Feature - False Edge
A premium leather belt sheath is included as shown in the picture. If it is a dangler type sheath, the dangler can be removed and the loop on the sheath used for "high-ride" carry.
The weight may vary slightly due to the differences in handle materials and grinds. Dimensions may vary slightly due to the fact that each knife is hand made and not produced on automated machinery.
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