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Timberline Ceramic Gut Hook Skinner 3-1/4" Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles, Leather Sheath - 8000

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Part Number: TM8000
Manufacturer: Timberline Knives
Retail Price: $175.00
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TM8000: Ceramic Gut Hook Skinner
Timberline Knives

Timberline Knife and Tool Ceramic Gut Hook Skinner. 7-1/4" overall. 3-1/4" black zirconia ceramic blade with gut hook. Carbon fiber matte finish handle slabs with lanyard. Truetel design. Brown basketweave leather sheath with vertical-carry belt loop. Gift boxed.

Modern ceramic technology has brought us insulation for the NASA Space Shuttle, advanced protective body armor, incredible sharpening media and now, state-of-the-art knife blades.

Long heralded for its light weight, corrosion resistance (rust proof) and incredibly durable nature, technical ceramic is a modern blade marvel. Ceramic blades, due to their exceptional hardness, will retain a sharp edge at least 10 times longer than normal blade steel. This provides the user with a superior cutting tool that will not require sharpening for a long time.

Note: Due to the extreme hardness of ceramic blades, they are more brittle than traditional blade steel and may break if dropped like any other ceramic product. Therefore, ceramic blades are NOT guaranteed against chipping or breakage.

Made in China.
Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath
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 Fiber Handles
Carbon Fiber Handles
Very strong and lightweight material. Provides an upscale and modern feel.
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Al M.
Oct 08, 2014
very bad knife
This knife has terrible performance. I bought this knife hoping for a longer lasting edge for skinning and cleaning game and possibly a lighter knife to carry into the mountains. I just tried the knife for the first time cleaning an elk a couple days ago. It's performance was terrible. The gut hook had one pull which worked well a pull of about 6 inches. That was it! Every other pull required a pair of vise grips and a mack truck to do the pulling. It never made another slice. The blade was just as bad. After a couple cuts it couldn't even penetrate the skin. Although I paid the 115$ price I through the thing out the moment I got home. Never even want to try it again to give it a second chance. It's ability to hold and edge is simply terrible.
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