As imperative as your rifle, as useful as your compass.
World-class knife designer Ken Onion is at it again, and this time with a no-frills, fixed-blade hunting companion. Its big-belly, carbon steel construction is as burly as the Alaskan back-country, and as impressive as the grizzly you’ll be skinning.
Ken Onion has turned out countless flawless knife designs from his shop in Kaneohe, Hawaii, and the Humdinger™ is a worthy addition. Inspired by an experience on an Alaskan bear hunt expedition, it’s well-equipped for the rigors of hard, backwoods use.
The blade is constructed of 65 Mn carbon steel and paired with a tough textured glass-reinforced nylon handle for optimal grip and control even when you’re elbow-deep. It neatly tucks away into an injection-molded sheath that is wrapped with woven polyester to provide you with multiple carry options.
Out in bear country, you can’t afford to go without an out-standing knife—on that account, the Humdinger™ delivers.
|Blade Length||5.973" (151.71 mm)|
|Blade Steel||65Mn Carbon Steel, HRC 50-53|
|Blade Finish||Black Corrosion Resistant|
|Blade Thickness||0.180" (4.57 mm)|
|Handle||Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU)|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Material||Sheath - Polypropylene, Black; Fabric - Weaved Polyester, Black|
|Overall Length||11.438" (290.53 mm)|