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Marble Knives 248 Fixed Blade Hunter Knife with Leather Wrapped Handles

3.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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Product Description

8 1/2" overall. 4 1/8" stainless blade. Leather wrapped handle with stainless finger guard and pommel. Black nylon belt sheath.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005I58B7Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #672,063 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Top Customer Reviews

I owned this exact knife after finding it out on the trail somewhere when I was about 16 or so. It was the very first fixed-blade knife I had ever owned and honestly, it was like a best friend and an absolute workhorse when I was out in the woods and marshes bandying about to and fro. I used it for literally everything - it held an edge well - it was beaten up and well used when I found it, but man, it still had a whole lot of life left in it when I lost a few years later in New York City.

I have owned many knives in my time as an outdoorsman, hunter, fisherman, camper, and conservationalist - and I'm not going to play the game where I tell you that this knife was the end-all, be-all of knife-dom, because many of my friends swear by other brands, but I'll tell you this - that stacked leather grip will eventually over time mold to your particular hand position, which gives it this really nice ergonomic fit. And the oils in your hands will give it a rustically beautiful color. And with every knife that I've owned from the day I lost it to this very minute (as I look at my pocket folder) I sure wish I had that Marble Knife with that old leather sheath with me.

The "bridge" of the knife (opposite the blade - the thick part, as it were) is very thick and was a perfect striking surface if I needed to use it in a chopping capacity. I absolutely loved the pommel. I have absolutely no idea if this was a full-tang knife, but I never had an issue with the blade wiggling within the sheath. And I remember that the sheath had just enough room in it to keep a magnesium striker in it, which was awesome.
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This is nothing like the "real" Marble's knives of yester year. The picture looks great. However the bade is discolored and made of low quality metal, the leather is strangely colored using thinner sub-standard pieces, and the metal on the handle is a gray tarnished color almost like pewter. It is dull and lacks luster. It looks nothing like the picture. Finally, it has an odd varnish applied to the handle than smells bad. I have Marble's knives from when quality meant something. This is NOT one of those knives. I paid roughly $20 and it was far too much. The final insult not shown in the picture is the big "CHINA" stamped on the other side. These used to be made in Gladstone Michigan. Not anymore. Think about it - in order to get this to market for $20, it probably couldn't have cost more than a few dollars to manufacture. A sad joke played on an America where quality and made in USA meant something.
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Marble fixed blade hunting knife with stacked leather handle. In my state ( CT ) you cannot carry a knife with a blade ( cutting edge ) of 4 inches or more; the cutting edge on this knife is 3-3/4" so it is legal to carry/wear. It has a sharp edge and a nice black ballistic nylon sheath. My only dislike is that the knife and sheath have a mildew smell that I haven't been able to get out yet. Made in China.
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a great knife for a great price.
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