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This Wahoo Killer knife is the perfect addition to your tackle box, toolbox or even your bug-out bag. The thick, razor-sharp blade can be used for tasks like cleaning wild game, building shelters, splitting firewood and even everyday tasks. An overlaid rubber handle with checkered pattern allows for a firm grip, even in wet situations. It even includes an ABS sheath with belt clip to carry your knife when not in use. Don't miss out on your chance to  get one of these great knives at a price that won't last long!

  • Stainless steel blade
  • Rubberized handle
  • ABS self-draining sheath
  • 8 1/2" overall

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.74 out of 5
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Worth it... Reviewed by Dwayne Dees on Nov 29, 2016   5 out of 5

I ordered a couple of these to see if they were anything like the Mora Companion, since I have a few of those and have liked their value and performance. Seriously, even if it was a dud, it was $2 and I was making an order with free shipping so, what the hell?! I gotta tell you; they aren't a Mora, but they are probably one of the better bargains on this website and easily worth the $20 I would expect to pay for a Mora in a local retailer! Not as sharp as a true Mora because they are not actually a Scandinavian grind but really have a beveled edge. That being said, they sharpen easily with the Smith diamond stick I keep in my outdoor gear bag, hold the edge fairly well and the rubber grip really sticks in the hand! If you have bigger hands, just a heads up, they are more narrow than a Mora in the grip, but I put a couple pieces of bike inner tube on it and it filled right up with the added bonus of the rubber grip really holds onto the inner tube, so I have some fishing line wrapped around inside of their for survival use. The sheath is a pretty close copy of the Mora, so I used a dremel to groove down the spine of the sheath and epoxied a ferro rod in there for additional utility. These are great B.O.B. knives for camp chores and such, weight is practically nothing and you can hook it on your pants pocket if you're not wearing a belt. I am now making myself a kydex sheath for mine that will increase their carry options and utility by putting other camping or survival items on it and plan to order one of these for everyone in my family and for each vehicle as well. At $2, where can you go wrong? Seriously, worth the money even if you just need it as a beater tackle box knife!

Shaking my head Reviewed by Daniel Benson on Nov 12, 2016   5 out of 5

It is almost stupid how good a value these knives are. Are they a connosseur's choice? Of course not. The best metal? No. Solid and sharp enough out of the box to have a couple stashed in the car or boat for quick use when needed? Absolutely. And what's the price? Oh yeah $1.99! ARE YOU KIDDING? Geez, throw a couple in your cart with every purchase. Or just wait for the free shipping and get a decent knife practically free.

Pretty Good Reviewed by Stephen Cole on Nov 04, 2016   4 out of 5

I got my first shipment in and then ordered a second. The handle fits good in the hand. The point could be narrower, but if are on a boat you don't want to accidently prick yourself while gutting a fish. It seems sturdy. The blade has a good thickness for the price. The wife likes the orange one for the gear box on her boat. I plan to give these knives to the sport fishing men and women in my wife's family along with my nephew the free-spirit sailboater. It is a good general purpose knife.

Good knife for the price Reviewed by john hall on Nov 02, 2016   5 out of 5

Best $2 knife I've ever bought! Bought several of them to try. They work as good as any other $2 knife. I will buy more again sometime, but first I've got to wear these out (or loose them).

Great Homestead Knife Reviewed by Jeremy Chambers on Jul 27, 2016   5 out of 5

One a 5 acre homestead, these things are a no-brainer. I have bought a dozen or so of these and have some assigned for tasks around the property. One is my gardening knife, great for pruning veggie plants, cutting twine, trimming small branches, or cutting out weeds. I have one delegated to the task of processing rabbits, and it handles all steps with ease. I am so impressed with these knives I bought some to give away, and have a sufficient stash to use for a few years. The edge comes decent, but does require a little work to be "razor sharp". Buy one, buy 20, you won't be disappointed.

Took One Apart Reviewed by on Jul 12, 2016   5 out of 5

Figuring that there could not be much to one of these Wahoo Killers I decided to see what they are made from. I figured I would smack the handle with a hammer and it would shatter. That didn't work! It took the vise and a hacksaw and a good bit of work to separate blade from handle. I bought a half dozen and I know about a dozen folks that bought their own half dozen after seeing what it took for me to tear one up. You keep selling them for $1.99 and we will buy as many as you can ship.

awsome deal Reviewed by Michael Dunning on Jul 05, 2016   5 out of 5

bought 10 of these use them for everything fishing hunting or just about anything best 1.99 I ever spent.

Great Knife Reviewed by G R Miles on Jun 22, 2016   5 out of 5

Might as well add my compliments to all the other folks, because the positive reviews convinced me to try knife. At $2, I figured it wasn't much of a risk. Blade came sharp, but I wanted a better edge. Sharpening a knife tells you a lot about the quality of steel and utility you can expect. I was shocked at the quality of the steel, and the edge I was able to achieve without a great deal of effort. Got 5 knives- putting them in my boats, tackle boxes and at least one in the kitchen drawer where it will do yeoman duty for a good while. Going to get more. Thinking of taking a Dremel tool and cutting a groove in one of the plastic sheaths to expose a little of the edge and be able to use it as a line cutter when fishing (ok- so I'm lazy). Sheath could use a deeper clip, but this is a minor issue, and can be gotten around with a little work, where needed. This is one of the best bargains in your catalogue! Thanks CHK!

Outstanding deal... Reviewed by on Jun 11, 2016   5 out of 5

Came back to buy more. Assuming they're still essentially the same, with the changes to the grip and scabbard noted, I liked these knives. I used them fishing and crabbing and in the kitchen. I bought several and gave away several.

Nice and inexpensive Reviewed by Jack Stevens on May 30, 2016   5 out of 5

Nice medium-thick blade was sharp out of the box. Handle is comfortable and offers a secure grip, might be a bit small for average to large hands. Hard plastic sheath gives a secure hold when the knife is seated firmly. I could see it filleting a fish or cleaning small game, making kindling, or other light duties but splitting firewood like in the description might be a bit too much to ask. I bought a couple just based on the price, and I'll be buying more to stash wherever I'd want a sturdy, serviceable knife that won't break my heart if I lose it.

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