Browning Mastersmith Jerry Fisk Trailing Point Skinner Fixed 4-1/4" Carbon Steel Blade, Walnut Handle, Leather Sheath Included, Limited Edition - 572
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BR572: Browning Mastersmith Jerry
Jerry Fisk knives have been featured on the covers of seven publications. He has authored a book on Damascus steel, Knifemaking as a Career, and has taught at the School of Bladesmithing since 1988. Jerry has many awards, most saying “Best Of Show” and “Knife of Year Award.” He is currently the contributing editor for Knives Illustrated.
Browning Mastersmith Jerry Fisk Trailing Point Skinner. 8 3/8" overall. 4 1/4" high carbon steel blade with satin finish. Walnut handle with stainless finger guard. Custom made top grain leather sheath. Limited edition of 500. Serialized.
Browning knife models are so diverse, there is one for every indoor or outdoor task you have at hand. They have taken care of skinning and dressing game and thousands of other jobs for over 38 years. They are reliable and strong while always looking good.
- Type - Fixed blade
- Blade - Large trailing point skinner, made from high- carbon steel with a satin finish, Laser-etched on one side
- Blade Length - 4-1/4"
- Overall Length - 8-3/8"
- Handle - One-piece stabilized walnut with stainless steel guard
- Features - Custom-made top-grain leather sheath
- Weight - 0.55lbs
- Country of Origin - USA
UPC Code: 023614204541
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Carbon Steel is a term used for all non-stainless steels. These are generally more economical and easier to sharpen but may corrode if not cared for properly.
This product is USA born and raised.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.