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We make our knives 100% in Burnaby BC! The steel in these knives is significantly harder than most factory made knives resulting in excellent edge retention, which means less sharpening! For our full story, lots of useful knife related information or to purchase a knife visit our website.

The Kermode Fillet knife was developed with the help of the BC fishing and hunting community including the members of this forum. The result is a knife well suited to our west coast fish. It holds its edge much longer than the other fillet knives on the market which means you'll spend your time filleting instead of sharpening! Available with 4 colours of G10 scales as well as western Yew wood. Comes with a molded kydex sheath.





Specs:

Blade steel: CPM S35VN
Blade hardness: HRC 58-60
Blade length: 8.8" (10.8cm)
Over all length:13.8" (21.6 cm)
Blade thickness at spine: 0.062″ (2.54mm)
Cutting edge angle (inclusive): 20°
Weight

G10
knife only: 5.4 oz. (155 grams)
with sheath: 8 oz. ( 225 grams)


Made in BC, Canada

price (with bcfr 10% coupon: bcfrwinter15): CAD $139.50 (+tax) *belt loop is $10 extra*


The Coho is an all purpose light to medium duty outdoor knife. Perfect for many tasks, both in the field and around home, from gutting fish to whittling to cutting up cardboard boxes. Made from CPM S35VN stainless steel, known for its excellent edge retention. Handle scales are available in two colours of G10 (fibreglass-epoxy laminate) : OD green or hunter orange. We now also offer western yew wood handles. The knife comes with a left or right handed Kydex sheath.




Specs:

Blade steel: CPM S35VN
Blade hardness: HRC 58-60
Blade length: 4.25" (10.8cm)
Over all length:8.5" (21.6 cm)
Blade thickness at spine: 0.100″ (2.54mm)
Cutting edge angle: 25°
Weight
knife only: 4.4 oz. (125 grams)
with sheath: 6.8 oz. (190 grams)

Made in BC

price (with bcfr 10% coupon: bcfrwinter15): CAD $134.10 (+tax) *Yew scales are $10 extra*


Osprey:

The Osprey is the bigger of our outdoor models, designed for medium and heavy duty cutting tasks. It is capable of the same lighter cutting jobs as our Coho but its blade geometry is aimed at more strenuous use. A 5.5" blade and grippy handle give this knife great balance and hand feel. Made from CPM S35VN stainless steel, known for its superior edge retention. Handle scales are available in three colours of G10 (fibreglass-epoxy laminate) : olive drab green, hunter orange and Camo. We now also offer western yew wood handles. Comes with a left or right handed Kydex sheath.







Specs:

Blade steel: CPM S35VN
Blade hardness: HRC 58-60
Blade length (tip to handle): 5.5″ (14cm)
Over all length:10" (25.4cm)
Blade thickness at spine: 0.138″ (3.5mm)
Cutting edge angle: 30°

Weight:
knife: 5.4 oz. (155 grams)
with sheath: 8.2 oz. (235 grams)

Made in BC

price (with bcfr 10% coupon: bcfrwinter15): CAD $161.10 (+tax) *Yew scales are $10 extra*
 

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We've got a single coho with a mirror finish available! Specs are the same as our normal coho. To purchase this knife, order it through our website! (coho page -> pacific yew wood --> right or left handed--> mirror finish) We can switch the scales from the pictured pacific Yew wood to OD green or orange G10. We'll be making more of these in the next days and will post them here


price: $143.10 Canadian

 

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Another new finish on the Coho! This one is a hand rubbed satin finish. We've got 3 available with either pacific yew wood, hunter orange or OD green scales. Price is 143.10 CAD (except wood which is $10 more) with the bcfrwinter15 coupon




 

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Yep, we've been thinking about it for a while. The current payment gateway we use is called stripe, which is just as secure as paypal; however many still prefer to use paypal because they are familiar with it. Anyway, we decided we're going to add it as a payment option. Should be ready in the next dew days.
I notice you don't use PayPal. Any plans to do so?
 
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