The Knives of Alaska Jaeger Boning 00113FG:
What is a Jaeger?
For starters, it’s the German word for hunter, but the knife is named after the hawk-like bird named Jaeger that nests near the Alaska hunting and fishing lodge and is incredibly sleek and streamlined – just like our knife.
This is possibly the most beautiful and sleekest knife we have ever made.
Designed as a premier boning and caping knife, this is lightweight and easy to carry but incredibly versatile and robust, with a 0.118″ thick blade.
The non-slip ridges on the back of the blade will give you a comfortable platform on which to place either your forefinger or thumb.
Also, the individual finger grooves and deep front finger groove provide a comfortable and positive grip.
The sheath is made from 100% American vegetable-tanned split grain cowhide, then oiled. It hangs at a 45-degree angle for added comfort.
Finger grooves on top of the blade provide a positive non-slip surface. Full tang, double-riveted handle with lanyard gives knife extra strength