At .160 thickness, 12 ¾ inches long, a 7 ½ inch flat-ground blade, the Sabertooth is perfectly suited for wilderness survival. The double row of biangular teeth on a sloping 5 ¼ inch spine is the most effective saw on a knife ever designed.
Released straight from the tempering process with a Rockwell color of blue/black, the Sabertooth will do the job of a hatchet, saw and knife.
There are over 6 million knife collectors in America today. Below you will find a few custom variations of the Sabertooth Knife made in the past. Please refer to the Sabertooth Collector's Guide to see history of custom knives.
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