This is the model featured in Field and Stream Magazine, April/May 2018, and designed specifically for that article. There are essentially no straight lines on the knife, and I went to a lot of work to make sure the all those curves not only look right, but translate into a knife that feels great in the hand. The 4-1/8" blade is long enough to handle skinning and cleaning of game, with a point fine enough for detail work. The tang is also fully tapered for better balance.
The blued blade is 52100 (one of my all-time favorite carbon steels). The handle is curly Tasmanian Blackwood (a close relative of Hawaiian Koa, but not endangered) with nickel silver hardware. Hand-fitted and moulded leather pouch sheath is right handed.
Blade Length: 4-1/8", Overall Length: 8-3/4"
Note: there are a couple of these available, and although the figure in the wood is very similar, the photo here may not be the exact knife you will receive.