|Blade width:||25 mm|
|Blade thickness:||3.2 mm|
|Steel:||80 CrV2 (HRC 58-59)|
|Holes||2x4.55 1x6.3 mm|
Horace Sowers Kephart (September 8, 1862 – April 2, 1931) was an American travel writer and librarian, best known as the author of Our Southern Higjhlanders about his life in the Great Smoky mountains of western North Carolina and the classic outdoors guide Camping and woodcraft.
Kephart knife offers utility with a blade adequate for carving wood, skinning deer and cooking. The thin, full, flat grind allows a fine cutting edge, and the spear-point profile is excellent for removing the hide from a deer or elk without puncturing meat plenty of belly for processing game in the field and the camp kitchen.A small guard prevents the forefinger to slide forward onto the cutting edge.
Classic, simple, tradition and history.