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A.G. Russell Woodswalker

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A long time friend, Col. Daniel . . . , suggested that we offer the Woodswalker with a kydex neck sheath. We did, and boy is it hot! I designed this little knife over 25 years ago. It was intended to be a lightweight knife for the casual hunter, out for a morning walk in the woods. As a non-folding pocketknife when carried in the leather hip pocket sheath, it is suitable for quail, squirrel, dove, or rabbit. It also makes a first class steak knife and a super paring knife. The 2-3/8" blade is 8A stainless at 58 Rc. Measures 6" overall and weighs 1.2 oz. Available with black Kydex® neck sheath or original leather hip pocket sheath. Knife made in Japan, sheaths made in U.S.A.

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker in Leather Hip Pocket Sheath

Item #: AGPRS $22.95
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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker without Sheath

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker in Kydex Neck Sheath

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker Kydex Sheath Only

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker Hip Pocket Sheath Only

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker in Leather Hip Pocket Sheath

  • Type
    Neck Knives
  • Blade Length
    2-3/8″
  • Blade Steel
    AUS-8
  • Rockwell
    57-59
  • Handle
    Wood Rucarta
  • Tang
    Full
  • Overall Length
    6″
  • Weight
    1.2 oz
  • Sheath
    Leather Hip Pocket
  • Origin
    Japan

Option B

A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker without Sheath

  • Type
    Straight
  • Origin
    Japan

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker in Kydex Neck Sheath

  • Type
    Straight
  • Blade Length
    2-3/8″
  • Blade Steel
    AUS-8
  • Rockwell
    57-59
  • Handle
    Wood Rucarta
  • Tang
    Full
  • Overall Length
    6″
  • Weight
    1.2 oz.
  • Sheath
    Kydex Neck Sheath
  • Origin
    Japan

Option C

A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker Kydex Sheath Only

  • Type
    Straight
  • Origin
    USA

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A. G. Russell™ Woodswalker Hip Pocket Sheath Only

  • Type
    Straight
  • Origin
    USA

A.G. Russell Knives

From the age of nine I made homemade knives until I was about twenty-four when I began to make handmade knives, crude but no longer made at home. A few years later, I had met and learned from makers like R.W. Loveless and R. L. Dozier. I made knives until the mid 1970s. I don’t make handmade knives anymore, as my hands aren’t what they used to be. However, I do have very talented makers in the United States and Japan who make knives that I am proud to put my name on. I design pocketknives, one hand knives, lockbacks, and fixed blade knives and have them made to our standards. ~A.G. Russell III

A.G. Russell has been in the knives and whetstones business for over 50 years. A.G. Russell knives are well known for their quality. A.G. Russell knives tend to be more traditional in style and look, with modern advances in material and design to create excellent knives.

I have skinned, quartered, and "made meat" of about 200 deer in my lifetime. So I have some input on how to go about it and what knives I use. Recently, my brother called me and said he had filled both of his doe permits one morning just as a good old fashioned Great Plains blizzard was starting and could I take one of them and get it cut up before it froze. (Frozen deer are a hellish chore to skin and quarter and bone out). I headed over to the hanging deer before I realized that my knives were not in the vehicle with me. My son did have his A.G. Woodswalker in its leather sheath in his pocket, though... and that was what I used to skin, quarter, and remove the backstraps out of that big Nebraska doe...without being touched up with a sharpening steel. Now, I will be the first to say that A.G Russell sells dozens of knives that are more suited for what I did with the Woodswalker that morning, but I was impressed that little knife did everything asked of it and we got the deer in the coolers before the snow started piling up. I thought hand fatigue out in the cold would start setting in or the blade would dull up before the task was done, but it is a very well designed knife that worked well out of its element. Changes: Maybe put a shield in the leather sheath so the point doesn't cut through. Rating: 10 Michael J. Columbus, NE
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