By Tom Claycomb
Tom reviews the Knives Of Alaska Legacy Knife, a very functional little skinner.
USA –-(Ammoland.com)- I received The Legacy knife which is made by Knives of Alaska to test on an Idaho antelope hunt. At first glance, I thought the blade was a little small but after using it, I fell in love with it and have since used it on numerous hunts. It is an elegant looking little knife. In fact, I don’t know if you will find a better-looking knife. But not only is it a great looking knife, it is also very functional hunting knife.
For a skinning knife, I like a 3 ½-inch blade but anything between 3-4-inches is functional for me. This knife has close to a 3 1/4-inch cutting surface, so it is of the right size. It also has a definite finger guard and due to the thick handle, you can choke down on the blade by putting your thumb on top of the spine to do more intricate skinning. It also has a finger groove in the handle for your pointer finger. So with the above attributes, you have …Read the Rest