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Folks, let me tell you about the Wapiti. This knife is a classic skinner with ouy all the confusing gadgets. It’s got a 3-inch full tang blade made from D2 steel—tough enough to handle anything from slicing your campfire dinner to fending off a bear (okay, maybe not the bear part, but you get the idea).

The handle? Oh, it's a contoured Micarta beauty, fitting your hand like it was custom-made by Mother Nature herself. And let's not forget the Kydex sheath with a belt clip. You can carry this baby in so many ways, you'll think you're modeling in a knife fashion show.

Now, the pièce de résistance: an elk engraving on one side. Why? Because "wapiti" means "white rump" in Shawnee and Cree. Yep, we're talking about the majestic elk, not your Uncle Bob's hunting stories.

So, if you’re looking for a reliable, all-around outdoor knife with a touch of class and a whole lot of sass, the Wapiti is your ticket.

What's in the Box

Knife, Sheath, Pocket Clip, and Stickers

Product: The Wapiti


Mechanism: Fixed Blade
Sheath: Kydex

Lanyard Hole: Yes
Blade Finish:  Laser Engraved
Blade Style/Shape: Drop Point
Handle:  Micarta 

Use:  Every Day, Hunting



Blade Steel: D2 Steel

Handle Material: Micarta 


Blade Length: 2.7" | 7.62cm

Blade Thickness: 0.14" | 4mm

Length: 7" | 17.78cm

Handle Thickness: 0.6" | 15.3mm

Weight: 4.1oz. | 116g

Lanyard Hole: 0.10"| 1.59cm

Care Instructions

Don’t throw, pound, pry or chop with a knife. It’s not safe and if you damage the knife using it that way, it may void the warranty. Strong impact or twisting can also damage your knife or worse, cause an injury. If you have a locking blade, always check that the locking mechanism is in working order before you use it.

Store your knife in a dry place, out of the sheath. Lightly wipe the blade with clean oil two to three times a year to keep rust from starting. You may need to oil more often if you live near water.  Cleaning and caring for your knife will maintain performance and enhance the life your knife.

If you find the metal has a blue, grey or black color, it is a sign of oxidation and a precursor of rust.  Stainless steel does not discolor easily. If you do notice a change in the color of the metal, clean it immediately. It’s a sign of rust waiting to happen. 

 Discoloration is common to non-stainless steel. But regular cleaning will keep the metal from rusting.

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