KastKing Folding Fillet/Fishing/Camping/Hunting Knife

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KastKing Folding Fillet/Fishing/Camping/Hunting Knife, Razor Sharp G4116 German Stainless-Steel Blade, Non-Slip Handles, 13 ? inch Overall Length, only 7 ? inch Folded, Includes Sheath
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  • 34 REVIEWS FILLET KNIFE
  • 14 REVIEWS RAZOR SHARP
  • 28 REVIEWS FILET KNIFE
  • 12 REVIEWS TACKLE BOX
  • 16 REVIEWS FOLDING FILLET
  • 7 REVIEWS WELL BUILT
  • 5 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 12 REVIEWS FOLDING FILET
  • 21 REVIEWS KASTKING
  • 17 REVIEWS GOOD QUALITY
  • 10 REVIEWS FEELS GREAT
  • 4 REVIEWS PRICE POINT
  • 3 REVIEWS LOCKING MECHANISM
  • 4 REVIEWS HIGH QUALITY
  • 7 REVIEWS TACKLE BAG
  • 5 REVIEWS RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX
  • 3 REVIEWS TIME WILL TELL
  • 55 REVIEWS GREAT KNIFE
  • 20 REVIEWS FILLETING FISH
  • 6 REVIEWS FEELS SOLID
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Razor Sharp G4116 German Stainless Blades ?C The razor sharp G4116 German Stainless-Steel blades have a beautiful gray, non-stick finish. This high-quality stainless blade will maintain its edge longer and make the job of filleting fish easier than ever before. It has the perfect combination of strength and flexibility for the perfect fillet every time.

Top Positive Review


The pictures show this knife side-by-side with my beloved folding Buck brand knife that has accompanied me on multiple trips to the Canadian wilderness. They both have very comfortable rubberized grips, but I really like the contoured shape of the KastKing knife better. The Buck knife is build like a tank and weighs almost an ounce more than the KastKing, so only time will tell if the KastKing can withstand the abuse the Buck knife has over the years. It seems sturdy for as lightweight as it is.

One major plus of the KastKing knife is that it comes with a very durable sheath with thick Velcro closure and a big accommodating belt loop on the back. I don’t plan to carry this knife on my side, but it will definitely find itself attached to the outside of a backpack! We keep our fillet knife tucked away in a pack so it doesn’t get lost – a nightmare on a 10 day wilderness trip when you eat fish daily – but the option to keep this knife safely external on a pack is going to be a nice alternative that I look forward to.

As for cutting ability – I have not tested it, yet. In my experience, fillet knives all hold a sharp edge – its just a matter of how well the edge holds up to filleting pike and big lake trout day after day. My Buck knife uses 420J2 steel – which is pretty much crap for a fillet knife though extremely corrosion resistant. I have gotten good at sharpening it over the years though it is not fun. This Kastking is 416 stainless – which is superior to 420J2. The KastKing knife also has a slightly thinner blade, which makes it more flexible and easier to work with.

This was not intended to be a comparison of 2 knives, but it seemed to be a easy way to review a knife I only recently bought as I have LOVED my Buck knife over the years and have even given several away as presents. But this KastKing at 30% cheaper, lighter, more portable, and made of superior steel is my new knife of choice.

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Top Critical Review


It??s hard to see the bend in the photo but the blade came bent, and it wasn??t ground evenly on both sides. It??s not very sharp at all, from the reviews that I??ve seen so far, people have had nothing but good things to say about it.

I can almost get behind them because it??s comfortable, bright, convenient, sturdy, seems to have a decent heat treat( I cannot bend the blade back), they just need a little bit better quality control, to not let a bent blade out of their doors. And to make sure it gets a proper edge put on it, considering it??s supposed to filet fish/game and cut through rib bones and whatnot. Giving 3 stars because everything that makes this a knife I have something to complain about but at least it has a decent Heat treat.
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Customer Questions & Answers


Anyone know of a leather sheath for this knife.
Answer: I had a friend that does leather work make me one

Do you like your music loud or easy listening?
Answer: Both

The “button” piece of metal halfway down the back of the knife does nothing. Is it supposed to close the blade? How do I close it?
Answer: The button half way down the back of the knife is to release the blade, it is stiff, I suggest you oil it and work it a little to ease the button tension. It may take some time in doing.

Is the knife good for deboning deer?
Answer: No. Its a garbage knife. Don’t buy it. Your better off with a different knife

What do you think about the most?
Answer: Sharp knife

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