Jacksonville, Alabama-- When a successful hunter is ready to field- dress game, he wants to know he has a skinning knife he can count on. The 753 Upswept Skinner from Bear & Son Cutlery fills that vital role perfectly.
Ideally shaped for efficient skinning, the 3-1/4-inch hollow-ground blade is made of high carbon 440A stainless steel. It's heat treated to a Rockwell hardness of 57-58 for superior edge retention and corrosion resistance.
The comfortable handle is a new Stag Delrin® material, and an extra-deep choil serves as an effective guard when working the blade.
Overall length of the 753 Upswept Skinner, which comes with a quality leather sheath, is 7-1/4" and it weighs 4.0 ounces. It has a very affordable MSRP of $42.99.
Like all Bear & Son knives, it's made in their state-of-the-art Jacksonville, Alabama plant, where they do all their own tooling, pressing, heat-treating, grinding, hafting, finishing and assembly.