Columbia River Knife Onion Shakaulu Skinner
Features: After taking a large game animal it is a versatile tool for the heavy-duty tasks, with a gut hook, a fully curved Razor-Sharp skinning edge, and a handle that allows it to be used as a cleaver to separate pelvic bones, or even to quarter a large carcass in the field. The blade in exceptionally thick and heavy. Has a high convex grind for maximum strength. Made of 65MN carbon steel for maximum toughness, and is black powder coated to resist corrosion. The handle is Twin-Fused™ first injection molded with a hard black polypropylene handle form, which is followed by softer dark gree TPE plastic inserts. The handle is ergonomic, giving a secure grip in cold weather and while wearing gloves. For skinning, the Shakaulu can be gripped high like and ulu, with the thumb on the thumb hole. For cleaving, it can be gripped by the handle. Because it is a heavy tool, it has a heavy-duty molded polypropylene sheath that incorporates a locking pin, on a flexible retaining strap, that goes through the tool’s thumb hole. This sheath allows secure inverted carry, and is convertible left or right. A removable belt clip is included, and the sheath has multiple slots and grommets to allow lashing to a backpack or pack animal.
Manufacturer: Columbia River