Templar Knife has launched the Reagan field-dressing knife, just in time for the peak of deer season. Oftentimes, hunting can be divided into two parts—the hunt and the harvest. The right gear is important for each, but a quality, dependable hunting knife is a crucial park of the latter.
The Reagan skinning/gutting knife was designed by a University of Arkansas meat scientist with an emphasis on maintaining beef quality, and engineered to be just as effective in a commercial setting as it is in the field. A gut-hook combined with a thicker blade heel enhances the ease of a full-cavity evisceration process. The blade is designed with a gradual decrease in thickness from heel to tip, meaning it can move from segmenting sternums to skinning without a hiccup. The ergonomic, lightweight handle with finger grooves is designed with a guard on top and bottom, to allow for comfortable thumb or hand-held placement. The blade is heat-treated, taper-ground, and then finished to a “close shave” sharp edge for edge retention and performance.
- Weight: 8.3 ounces
- Handle: 4.55 inches
- Blade: 4.60 inches
- Overall Length: 9.15 inches
For more information, visit templarknife.com. MSRP: $149.99