Each one of these knives can be used in the field. The least expensive knife is the "patch knife," or small blade knife with the coyote jaw bone handle. It is $40.00
The most expensive knife is the Colorado skinner with the large blade with the hammered top edge and carved Whitetail buck on the elk antler handle. It is $145.00. While fully functional, I doubt few would use it in the field.
The knife with the deer jaw bone handle and drop point blade is good in the field and for display. I made one 15 years ago like it and still use it every day It is $75.00.
Perhaps the best knife for use in the field is the upswept blade knife with the solid brass guard and long, dark brown, bumpy elk antler handle. It is $90.00. Its fancy wooden end cap has polished bone inlayed in the end of it.
The Damascus blade knife with the white-ish elk antler handle is $125.00. You know good U.S.-made Damascus has more than 200 layers of steel and holds an edge. While many folks keep Damascus blade knives for display, this is a darn good knife for the field.
In considering my prices, remember each knife comes with a custom, handmade leather sheath except for the coyote jaw bone handle knife, and I can get a sheath for it.
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