The Knives of Alaska Bush-Muskrat Knife Combo is a marriage made in knife heaven.
There are Alaskan Outfitters who won’t carry anything but the Bush Camp knife. This D2 stainless steel knife has proven itself year after year as a big, hard working, tough blade. Whether slicing potatoes in spike camp - or field dressing that 1400 pound Alaskan Yukon moose or massive brown bear - this rugged, razor sharp 10-1/2 inch knife gets the job done. For several years Knives of Alaska has offered the Bush Camp/Cub Bear Combo. Now, after many requests, they are making the Bush Camp available with the Muskrat skinning/fleshing knife. For the hunter wanting the versatility of the larger Bush Camp Knife but who also needs the ability to do fine skinning, caping and fleshing - these are perfect combinations.
Knives of Alaska is famous for their combo sets. There weren't many available until Knives of Alaska came along, but every hunter knows that two knives are better than one; and you might need even more if you have a big job ahead of you. Knives are tools, and the right tool makes the job go faster. Knives of Alaska has paired many of their knives with the very useful caping knife or the handy little fleshing tool. Most of these sets also come with a small, two-grit diamond sharpening steel. Everything you need at your fingertips!
Most Knives of Alaska products are fixed blade knives. This means the blade does not fold, like a pocket knife, but is kept in a sheath. Some other companies make fixed blade knives with a peg that fits into the handle, but Knives of Alaska fixed blade knives are full tang - the knife steel is part of the entire handle. This makes a knife much stronger and more dependable, and that's what Knives of Alaska is about!