1. The rules for The Exchange can be found here. Please read and follow them.

  2. Week 43of the BladeForums.com Year of Giveaways is live! Enter to win a Spyderco C243PBK Edela + Misc Prize Pack

    Click here to enter the drawing for your chance to win a Spyderco Endela + Misc Prize Pack , Bladeforums.com swag or memberships!
    Be sure to read the rules before entering, and help us decide next week's giveaway by hitting the poll in that thread!

    Entries will close at 11:59PM Saturday, Oct 26 ; winners will be drawn on Sunday @ 5pm on our Youtube Channel: TheRealBladeForums. Bonus prizes will be given during the livestream!


    Questions? Comments? Post in the discussion thread here

Bark River Classic Clip Point Hunter

Discussion in 'For Sale: Fixed Blades (Individual)' started by Chris_Himself, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. Chris_Himself

    Chris_Himself Gold Member Gold Member

    664
    Apr 8, 2010
    Excellent condition, wearing a 2 micron/8k stropped edge

    Green canvas Micarta $200 shipped. Have box. Selling to fund big Bark Rivers for yard stuff. Otherwise one of the most pleasant knives to use.

    Bark River Knives - Classic Clip-Point Hunter
    Specifications:

    • Overall Length: 9 Inches
    • Blade Length: 4.5 inches
    • Blade Thickness: .156 Inch
    • Blade Steel: CPM 3V @ 58-60 RC
    • Weight: 5.125 Ounces
    • Made in USA
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
     
  2. Houlahound

    Houlahound

    252
    Aug 2, 2017
    Excuse my ignorance but how is that first pic a clip point?? Wouldn't it be a drop point?

    Newb here, just asking.
     
  3. sickpuppy1

    sickpuppy1 Basic Member Basic Member

    408
    Sep 27, 2018
    If you look up a clip point hunter and a drop point hunter at Bark River or DLT etc, you'll see that the OP is correct.
    The clip point is a more gradual curve to the tip and the drop point is a more pronounced drop to the tip
     
    Chris_Himself likes this.

Share This Page