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Myth Folding Sheath Knife, Gut Hook

This quiet, lightweight Folding Sheath Knife is built with an aggressive handle design and gut hook, high carbon stainless steel blade. The Myth™ Folding Sheath Knife’s comfortable soft rubberized handle offers a secure grip no matter the hunting conditions. Housed in a low-profile hard plastic sheath complete with a built-in carbide sharpener for sharpening on the go. This is the complete package for the modern hunter.

Item # 31-001160
  • Overall Length: 8.25"
  • Closed Length: 4.75"
  • Blade Length: 3.5"
  • Weight: 3.1 oz.


  • Textured Rubber Handle
  • Sheath with Integrated Sharpener
2 Pissed Brian - APR 24, 2016

Just purchased the knife today. Brand new from bass pro shop. Decided to put it on my belt like any normal person would do. Low and behold I get out of my vehicle and the whole case drops to the ground. Come to find out the belt loop installed is absolutely the worse design I have ever seen. Why in the world would you use the crappiest rubber in the world. I have been buying gerbers for a very long time and I am absolutely disappointed. As for the knife it's ok kind of regret buying it since I have to put it in my pocket now.

4 Survival Beezzy - DEC 14, 2014

Works great for gutting fish. Which I was not sure at first. But it surprised me. Turned out to be a great fit for me.

4 Surfer Jhon Star - AUG 8, 2014

Awsome knife, i use it on the sea and for sea fishing. Good balance for throwing too!!!:

1 Hunter John - JUL 22, 2013

This is the worst knife I have ever purchased. Total mistake. Never again.

5 redirish phillip detraz - FEB 20, 2013

i love this knife its great for the camping hunter. & looks great on my hip right behind my side arm.

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