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Buck Knives Abyss Fillet Knife

Buck Knives Abyss Fillet Knife

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Abyss Fillet Knife
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A good fillet knife is essential if you eat what you catch and enjoy combining your fishing with camping trips. The Abyss is another quality fillet knife from Buck Knives and definitely one of the most stylish offerings in their catalog. It features a 6” flexible blade that is 0.070” thick and made from 420HC steel. This is pretty standard material for knives and offers a combination of corrosion resistance and durability. The other advantage of this type of steel is the ease with which it can be resharpened if needed. The blade itself has a full tang construction and is able to create cuts that are clean and efficient.

What sets the Abyss apart from other fillet knives is the stylish design that has been used for the handle. You have a choice between two different Kryptek camo patterns, both of mimic the hues of water. The Kryptek Pontus camo version features bright blues like you’ll find in coastal waters while the Kryptek Neptune has more shadowy hues to mimic the depths of the deep sea. Thankfully, the handles don’t just look great, but are also comfortable to hold and control thanks to their rubberized design. It doesn’t matter how long you have to hold the knife or in what position, the Abyss remains comfortable.

Another appealing aspect of the Abyss Fillet Knife is the genuine custom leather sheath that Buck Knives includes with it. The sheaths look stylish and are a good match for the beautiful designs of the handles. In addition, the sheath has a belt look, which makes it easier to carry securely on your belt. If you don’t mind paying a little extra for a knife that looks good in addition to delivering great performance, then the Abyss Fillet Knife is definitely worth the investment.


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