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Ontario Outdoor Fish n Game Fixed 4 in Blade Wood Handle, Black, Model Number: 7024

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  • Blade length: 4. 00 in
  • Overall length: 8. 70 in
  • Blade material: High Carbon
  • Handle material: Wood
  • Leather sheath

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Founded in 1889, the Ontario Knife Company is knife, cutlery, and tool manufacturer operating out of Upstate New York for over 130 years. OKC produces a wide range of tools, including cutlery and kitchenware, hunting and fishing knives, machetes, survival and rescue equipment, science and medical tools, and tactical knives.

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 12, 2022
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Take on an Old School Woods Knife
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 12, 2022
This is a good knife. I think that these new additions to the Old Hickory line are the best thing Ontario has going for it these days. I bought the 5.5 inch hunting knife when it first came out and while it's a great camp/butcher knife and is a little less noticeable on the belt than the 7 inch butcher knife it's still a little too big for a hunting/outdoor EDC knife. This Old Hickory rendition of the Kephart, on the other hand, seems to be just about the right size for field dressing deer size game and is so lightweight and unobtrusive I almost forget it's on my belt which makes it a great outdoor EDC blade. I don't know why they chose to call it the fish and small game knife. I've never felt that I needed a fixed blade for dressing out squirrels and rabbits or cleaning fish. I'm sure it would do the job just fine I just prefer to use pocketknives for anything smaller than whitetail deer. Anyway, this knife is just a great example of the very basic style of knives that were used on the American frontier. Thin bladed trade or "meat" knives with plain wooden, horn, bone or antler handles. Horace Kephart made this style of knife famous, but the basic design goes way back. Dexter Russell still makes this style of knife in their Green River line called the Dadley. Horace Kephart's knife was custom made and was sturdier and a little more refined than the common trade knives of the frontiersmen. This knife is closer to the old Dexter Russell Dadley but it's not a true spear point. It's got a slightly finer point and little bit of a butcher knife "hump" on the spine and a small finger guard like Kephart's knife but it's thinner and less refined than his signature Colclesser Bros. blade. It's got its own thing going on but still stays true to the spirit of the original Kephart knife and its frontier "trade knife" predecessors. The knife itself is really nothing special but Ontario did a good job with the heat treat. The blade is made from 1075 carbon steel, but I can't perceive much of a difference between Ontario's 1075 and Dexter Russell's 1095 in use. The edge retention is roughly equal to Case's CV steel (maybe a little better) which is pretty good for a simple carbon steel. The knife came with a working edge but, like most brand new Case knives, it had a bur that needed to be sharpened out before it was put to serious use. It sharpened easily on my Norton oil stone and honing it with a white ceramic rod and giving it a quick strop on plain rough leather turned it into a razor blade. Compared to the original old Hickory line the fit and finish was very good. They even smoothed and rounded off the handle scales and it looks like they applied some type of light coating, probably boiled linseed oil, to it. The blade is a thin full flat grind which makes the knife very handy for everyday cutting chores and excels at common light woods tasks. This is not the kind of knife you would want to use for heavy wood processing. Its best use in the woods (IMHO) is for lighter tasks like food prep, processing game, feathering sticks, light whittling and maybe splitting small (thumb diameter or less) kindling. The spine on mine wasn't very sharp but it didn't take long to square it with a file and now it will scrape tinder and throw sparks from my ferro rod like my Garberg. It's been on my belt every day for the last two weeks as I've been working on clearing an overgrown area on my property. It doesn't weigh hardly anything compared to most of the belt knives in my outdoor knife rotation and rides behind my .22 pistol without dragging my pants down like my modern overbuilt "survival" type knives. The sheath ain't nothing to write home about but it works fine and it's better, in many ways, than the old Mora classic plastic sheaths. I'm going to use it until it wears out. Everything is getting more expensive these days, but the price is about right, in my opinion, at around $30.00 shipped to your door, for a knife of this type that comes with a working edge, a usable sheath and that needs very little tuning before use. Good job Ontario! I'm giving the knife a solid four stars. I would give it four and a half if I had the option.
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 19, 2022
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4” Kephart-style
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 19, 2022
Wasn’t expecting “Silver & Gold”. A good working field knife, it is. I use mine for what I need to get done, whether outdoors, in the kitchen, and at the table. Sheath has a good welt, reasonably thick leather, and tight knife fit. It is single-stitched so will keep an eye on its wear. Easily sharpened, quick to rust, easy to clean, and ready for the job in short order. Want to get normal work done, develop some real knife skills, such as sharpening, not misplacing an expensive knife, and get things done when a knife is in your hand, then this is the knife… A reasonable knife for work, (If you want silver and gold, look at those kind of knives). You may live to favor this type of knife over the fancy, expensive ones, ( Food for thought - There are $2 knives that have earned over $100,000). …and good luck on your purchase!
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 27, 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars 5 star buy for use stock. Even better for customizing.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 27, 2022
It’s $30, with a sheath. I knew what I was getting for the price, and it’s great for the price. Really great! I could have used it as-is and I would have been happy. But I didn’t. I removed the handle scales (a lot harder than youtube videos make it look – one of those rivets would NOT GIVE AT ALL and had to be cut off). I replaced them wenge wood and covered the little “finger guard.” Basically I made a handle that is exactly like the original Kephart knife. It was well worth it. Don’t get me wrong, the handle that comes on the knife is perfectly fine, comfortable, etc. But this is just on a crazy level of comfort for various grips.

The original sheath is “okay.” The way the retention works is two-fold. First, there is this plastic liner at the top of the sheath with a grippy texture that grabs the scales. Second, the welt has a little notch cut into it where the finger guard goes. It does hold the knife perfectly fine, but I have some doubts about how well it will after lots of use. I should point out that, because of the plastic insert, you CANNOT properly wet form the sheath - the retention is what's there from the factory. Regardless, after re-handling my knife it would no longer fit. The good news for those of you who want to re-handle the knife is that it can be fixed without needing a new sheath. I was able to use some scissors to get in there and cut out most of the plastic insert and then I was able to pry out most of the rest of it (right up to the stitching) with a lot of twisting with needle nose pliers. After that, I was able to wetform the sheath around the knife. NOW IT HOLD LIKE THE DICKENS. And down the road when it loosens up I can just re-wet form it again. I added a reinforcement stitch while I was at it.

The knife comes with an “almost” 90 degree spine. It would strike a ferro rod okay. But being 1075 it was VERY quick work to file it perfectly square (like 2 minutes) and will now throw sparks like crazy. It takes a mind-numbingly sharp edge (this from a guy with a lot of knives). The grind was even-ish (what do you expect at this price point) and came sharp. It didn’t really matter to me because I knew I was going to change the bevel angle anyway. But it was good enough that 20 swipes on a strop and you are ready for surgery with no other work needed.

So it was $30, with a sheath, and a couple hours of work, but this knife is now absolutely insane. I would say it’s a 5 –star excellent buy to use as-is. It’s an even better buy for customization. And I'm not an Old Hickory fan-boy either; this is the first time I've ever held one.
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Rebecca Ramsthaler
2.0 out of 5 stars Not great
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on March 31, 2022
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Rebecca Ramsthaler
2.0 out of 5 stars Not great
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on March 31, 2022
This knife is not great.
It came very dull, almost round edged.
The sheath is cheap and stiff, doesn't hang great. The scales don't match up to the blade handle, and the finish could be much nicer.

It's a very basic knife with not alot going on
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tech 802
1.0 out of 5 stars got a used knife
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on August 11, 2022
samuel
3.0 out of 5 stars The grind is awful.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on March 22, 2022
doug
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the money
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on March 14, 2021