The Outdoor Edge's ButcherLite includes every tool to field dress, skin, quarter and debone big game in a nylon roll pack that converts to a belt scabbard for easy access to each tool. Includes 3” caping knife, 4 1/4” gut hook skinner, 6” boning/fillet, wood/bone saw, Tungsten Carbide sharpener, ribcage spreader and a set of game cleaning gloves.Read more
The tang is the part of the knife where the blade stops and the handle starts. There are many different terms used to describe what kind of tang a knife has, because the strength and other characteristics of the knife depend on the tang format. A full tang knife has a tang that goes the length of the handle at full width, and you can see the tang spine itself because the handle slabs are afixed to each side. This is the strongest tang format. To save weight, the maker can taper the tang so it gets thinner as it goes back into the handle; this is appropriately enough called a tapered tang. If the tang disappears into the handle itself, it's called a hidden tang. If the tang thins out considerably once it goes into the handle, it's called a stick tang.