Model 103 Bird & Trout

Designed for cleaning fish that are cooked whole, not fillet, like trout. Also well suited for field dressing game birds like ducks, grouse and pheasants. 2-5/8″ blade of 440-C, S.S., 6-3/4″ overall, thumb notches, colored liners, with your choice of exotic hard wood material. This will build you a “base priced” knife. $280.00 Read “Field Testers” report.

103birdtroutModel 103, Bird & Trout:  2 5/8” blade of 440-C, S.S. As shown with red liners, 1/4” rd. S.S. pins, and black, linen micarta handle. right handed, water buffalo hide sheath included.

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Model 103, Bird and Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown with red liners and Asian rams horn handle.

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Model 103, Bird and Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440- C, S. S. as shown with blue liners and paduka wood handle.

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Model 103, Bird and Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440-C, S. S. as shown with red liners and rosewood handle.

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Model 103 Bird & Trout – 2 5/8″ blade of 440-C, S. S. with thumb notches. As shown with thong tube, red liners and Asian rams horn handle. Sheath dyed dark brown.

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Model 103, Bird & Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440C, S. S. with thumb notches on top. As shown with red liners and sambar stag antler handle.

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Model 103, Bird & Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440C, S. S. with thumb notches on top. As shown with red liners, cocobolo wood handle.

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Model 103 Bird & Trout: 2 5/8″ blade of 440-C, S. S. with thumb notches. As shown with black/brass mosaic pins, ancient Kauri wood handle and red liners. Kauri wood is from New Zealand, and, at 50,000 years old, is the “oldest workable” wood in the world.

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Model 103, Bird & Trout – 2 5/8″ blade of 440-C, S. S. with thumb grooves on top. Black and brass, mosaic pins compliment the presentation grade AA Az. desert ironwood handle in a burled grain pattern. Sheath was built for a right-handed, cross draw, horizontal carry system.

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