Kershaw's folding Northside Hunter This blade is actually pretty decent. You can find it on Amazon for the price I indicated ($13). The steel is 8cr13Mov, not AUS8A steel as often indicated (very similar anyway). Like all Kershaw knives I have owned, it comes razor sharp and with a great finish. The blade is well built and weighs 4.7 ounces (I verified this). It has a black rubber grip, not like what may be depicted elsewhere. I still find this a bonus since it offers plenty of traction in case your hand is wet (from blood perhaps). It also has a sharpened gut hook for skinning. The nylon sheath (included) is well built, not a cheap, low-end design. It has a looped belt attachment on the back which is wide enough for a full 2" wide belt with a little to spare. The loop is also attached to an independent piece of nylon sewn onto the sheath, adding extra strength. It is well made and will last. Did I mention it folds? The folding action is nice and smooth, with a thumbnail groove to open the blade and extend -no thumbscrews. I like this old-timer design even though it makes one handed deployment impossible...it's a folding skinner, not a tactical blade. I included my images below.