This unique Curved Hand Made Steel Skinner Knife was created by the gifted artisan known as "Wild Bill", or ! William Swaggerty, from Quartzsite, Arizona. This durable hand made knife features a curved steel blade with plain edges. The wooden handle has been precisely cut with the curvatures of the steel blade for an even flow. This durable steel knife is protected by a 14" x 3" tan leather sheath laced with tan genuine sinew. The carved wooden, handle measures 5" x 1 1/2". The hand crafted steel blade measures 7 " long by 2" wide. Collecting high quality custom knives gives you a sense of pride, and it's an investment in a valuable collectible.
The curved skinning knife was designed to remove the skin or hide from large animals. The skinning knife was made with a curved tip to avoid slicing meat or piercing the hide. Almost all skinning knives have long thin blades that bend in order to remove the hide of an animal. Most butchers and hunters use the skinner knife to carve up their meat to reduce damaging the muscle.