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Bear & Son Cutlery® has perfected the fixed-blade big game hunting knife with the new model 444 Guthook™ knife. Measuring 8 3/4” long overall, the knife features a hollow ground blade made of high-carbon stainless steel, famed for being easy to sharpen and for holding an edge longer than other steels.

Serious hunters will appreciate the 444’s super sharp drop point blade design, which is perfect for skinning. A large, well-designed gut hook makes field dressing a snap, allowing you to gut the largest animals with ease without fear of slicing into the paunch.

The nearly indestructible knife has ergonomically designed, wrap-around black Kraton® handles with finger grooves providing a secure, non-slip grip even when wet. Kraton offers many of the advantages of natural rubber, but with much greater resistance to weather, heat and chemicals.

The knife comes complete with an attractive leather sheath. A serrated-blade model (444SR) is also available, as are models incorporating handles made of orange Kraton, laminated Camo Wood and genuine India Stag Bone™ handles.

Like all Bear & Son Cutlery products, the 444 Guthook knife is proudly made in the U.S.A. in Bear & Son Cutlery’s fully self-contained factory. Unlike knife-makers who assemble knives from parts bought from various suppliers, Bear & Son Cutlery does everything in-house, from building blanking dies to heat treating, grinding and assembly, and hand-finishing of products. This allows Bear & Son to maintain high standards of quality while offering affordable products.

For more information about Bear & Son Cutlery and its industry-leading line of advanced functional and collectible knives, multi-tools and specialty tools, contact: Bear & Son Cutlery at 1111 Bear Blvd., S.W., Jacksonville, AL 36265 · Telephone 800-844-3034 · Or visit www.bearandsoncutlery.com.


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