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Phoenix Hunting Survival Knife Set

Editor's Rating

Carry a blade you can count on with the Phoenix Hunting Survival Knife Set. Designed for the great outdoors, this accessory works as a knife, hammer, fire-starter, and so much more. The hunting knife set features two knives: the Phoenix Talon and the Phoenix Feather. Made of 9cr18 (HRC 61-62), both knives are sharp and durable and really hold an edge. Designed mainly for gutting and skinning, the Phoenix Talon comes with a full fixed tang with a hammer head at the end. It measures 0.158-inches thick, making it meaty and sturdy in your hand, and weighs 7.7 ounces. It also features fillets in holes for optimal comfort and to prevent slipping and cord chaffing. Featuring patent-pending EverSpark technology, the Phoenix Talon easily starts fires with one flick of your finger. Similarly, the patent-pending replaceable gut hook doesn’t require any sharpening. Ideal for caping, the Phoenix Feather has a blade thickness of 0.098 inches and weighs 1.05 ounces. It also has a full fixed tang with a ground down aft end, allowing you to use it as a pry or screwdriver.

Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating
Phoenix Talon, Phoenix Feather
9cr18 (HRC 61-62)
7.7oz (Talon), 1.5oz (Feather)
Blade Thickness
.158 Inches (Talon), 0.98 Inches (Feather)
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Jantra Jacobs
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