This is a very well designed hunting knife made in Seki, Japan circa 1970s by Tak Fukuta as a prototype for Cam III. It features a mirror polished AUS-8 stainless steel blade and micarta handle. It has a tapered tang with red paper spacers and has nickel silver bolsters.
Measuring 9.75" long overall with a 3.5" long blade. Tak Fukuta was the first Japanese member of the American Knife Maker's Guild, and apprentice to Bob Loveless.He hand crafted fine quality knives that impressed his mentor. Over the years, his factory in Seki, Japan also produced knives for Parker, Valor, Gutmann, Explorer, Frost, and Browning among others. After his passing, several vintage old stock models were found at his warehouse. This is one of those rare finds. Model: Cam III Fixed Hunter.
Sheath is not original but works. Folder Closed, or Fixed Overall Length: 9.75. Blade: 3.5 long, Stainless Steel. Based in Post Falls, Idaho, we offer new and used knives as well as specializing in obtaining rare cutlery direct from Seki, Japan. And check the box to subscribe to newsletter.Laws change and vary according to location. By purchasing Product, you verify that you are of legal age (no minors), and will use the Product legally and assume all responsibility. EPrague, LLC and its employees shall be held blameless and will not be held liable for any infraction of laws by the purchaser. Can't find what you are looking for?