Kenai Moose Skinner Skins Its First Moose… In the Kenai, of Course!

The man who helped design the Kenai Moose Skinner is an off grid musher named Bill Laughing Bear. He lives out on the Kenai peninsula in Alaska. In honor of his contributions, I gave him the first edition of the knife. Yesterday he sent me this image.

It seems he had the first opportunity to give it a workout when a moose wandered into his yard! He let me know he was able to skin the whole moose without having to sharpen the knife once! While the D2 steel is a real pain to get sharp, it stays sharp!

I will be a vendor at the Kingman Gun and Knife Show at the Mojave County Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, 2020. Among the knives for sale will be TWO Kenai Moose Skinners, one in South American Ziricote wood and the other in Arizona Desert Ironwood. You will find both of them on the Knives for Sale page if you’d like to preview them.

If you’re in the area, come on by and see if there is something you’d like to buy!

I will also be at the Community Fair and 5K for Chino Valley Animal Shelter in Chino Valley on Sunday, March 15th. Come on down and have some fun for a good cause and maybe buy one of my knives!

1 thought on “Kenai Moose Skinner Skins Its First Moose… In the Kenai, of Course!

  1. Hope this is where I leave a comment about my knife. Dream Weaver. It’s beautiful. I’ve owned very few camp knives in my life. I was a store buyer. Always got crap. This knife is amazing. I put an edge to it that is sharper than straight razor and it holds that edge . I have a wierd job and have taken it to work with me. Its balance and maneuverability is top notch and it sticks in my hand. It’s a life long knife but not the only one I buy from this man. We have actually already spoken about it….my next knife. And the price.. for a life long knife such as this one…. like investing Penny’s a year. Damn inexpensive knife for such quality. Thank you Terry. This knife is treasured.

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