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Item 159182
Model SK-934KIT

Sarge - Tom Kreger Carolina Field Knife Kit

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The unique design of the Kreger Carolina Field Knife makes it a great addition to any hunting enthusiast’s or knife collector’s arsenal. The 1-1/8"-wide by 3-1/2"-long blade is substantial enough to tackle any game animal out there. Crafted from 440C stainless steel, this kit features a fixed blade design with polished finger guard. This razor-sharp hunting knife is perfect for skinning any size game animal. Just shape, mount and finish your custom handle to complete this one-of-a-kind, high quality knife. Overall length is 7-1/2". Kit includes pre-sharpened blade, scale pins, fitted leather sheath, and detailed instructions. Knife scales sold separately.



  • 440C polished and sharpened blade


  • Custom fitted sheath


  • 7-1/2" overall length


  • 3-1/2" blade length


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From cutting and marking in the shop, to hunting and camping, to preparing a simple meal, a good knife is indispensable. Mass-produced knives can be found for every budget and use. But custom knives, which are often far more attractive, tend to get expensive very quickly. 

Of course, the ultimate custom knife would include a hand-forged and hand-sharpened blade. If you’re not up for the expense and dirty work of such an endeavor, you can still experience the pride of a well-crafted and functional addition to your tool collection. All you need is a knife kit.

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  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Disappointing

    Blade is not "razor sharp" as advertised. Sheath is not fitted to knife at all; sheath is much longer than the knife blade but too narrow to accept the finger guard. Although a pattern for the scales is not really required, the instructions refer to an "enclosed" pattern which does not exist.

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