What is as exciting as celebrating a 70th anniversary? How about marking the milestone with a limited-edition commemorative Bob Loveless-style dropped hunter knife.
The Gun Digest Annual, a series published by the same company which publishes BLADE Magazine, is celebrating its 70th Anniversary with the limited-edition knife. Showcasing impeccable fit and finish, the 3.5-inch, convex-ground A2 blade is complemented by a hand-rubbed American walnut handle and comes in a high-quality stitched-leather belt sheath by Great Lakes Leatherworks.
"With its sharp-out of the box convex edge, honed to perfection, and the gorgeous American walnut handle, this is a classic and classy knife to behold and to be held," said Joe Kertzman, managing editor of BLADE Magazine. "The drop-point blade will make skinning a deer and doing chores around the campsite or cabin a pure pleasure. Plus it's just pretty to look at."
Just as Gun Digest has evolved over the years, so too has knife design, and none more so than the dropped hunter, championed by the late Master Knifemaker Bob Loveless. This design has become the backbone of some of the most popular hunting knives in use by hunters around the world today. Which is why Gun Digest teamed up with the craftsmen at Bark River Knives, to hand-make this exclusive limited-edition knife; in celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Gun Digest.