Summary: this is a 1980's Timberline SH Survival Hunter, serial #092 . These Survival Hunters are everything you could ever want or need in a survival situation, the handle slabs are held in place with screws and you'll find survival items stored on the underside of each micarta slab. The handle tool is stored on the original Timberline stamped sheath next to the sparking flint -- someone with reasonable survival skills can have a fire burning in short order.

This knife is in excellent unused condition, blade is perfect with original edge. You'll find a couple of light scratches on the screws, very light and only mentioned for accuracy. The hollowed out micarta slabs look great with a few light handling marks, all the original survival gear still intact.

The original Timberline sheath is in excellent condition, the handle access tool and flint are still with the sheath. Some signs of handling in the way of scuffs and a couple of spots, no big deal. Stitching is tight with no signs of fraying, overall condition is an easy 8 on a scale of 1 to 10.

5 photos for review – as shown, a new black canvas carry case is included. These are compact, functional knives -- perfect for everyday carry, camping, backpacking, etc. A great price on a 35+ year old unused Timberline SH -- thanks and good luck.

Info / Spec's:


Survival Hunter - Survival Skinner Blade Length 3-3/4 inches • Overall Length 7-3/4 inches • Bead Blast Finish on Blade Flats, Polished Hollow Ground Bevel • Black Micarta Removeable Scales, (hollowed out and packed with compass, snare wire, leader, a royal coachman fly, hooks, sinkers, etc.) • 440 C Blade is 3/16" steel, with full tapered tang, hardened to 58-60 RC. Beautiful Hand made sheath. The top of the blade of this knife has a roughing saw for making ideal wood tinder and the sheath includes the handle access tool and a magnesium flint for fire starting.