There’s a reason a pattern becomes a classic – why it lasts and continues to sell day in and day out: It was just made right in the first place. The Schrade Old Timer Sharpfinger Skinner fits that bill. It’s a patter that has not only become a classic, its sweeping shape and clean lines are almost iconic. In 1974, the original full production run of the “Sharp Finger” rolled out more than 36,000 pieces to the masses, and the popularity of the knife had the factory pump out nearly double that amount the following year. Humorous ads some 40 years ago pegged the knife as perfect for “small elephants and large squirrels.”


In 1980, the term “Sharp Finger” was combined to become just one trademarked word: Sharpfinger. A popular design like this rarely goes out of style. Primarily designed as a hunting knife, this particular fixed blade redefined the meaning of ergonomics and skinning wild game when it first debuted in 1974. It remains a mainstay of the “Hunter’s Arsenal” to this day.

Features: Stainless Steel blade, Sawcut Delrin Handles, Nickel silver shield and triple rivets, a 3-1/2″ clip point blade that is 1/8″ thick. It has an overall length of 7″ and comes with a leather belt sheath.

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