Real Avid Viscera 3-in-1 Field Dressing Knife

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The Viscera goes beyond a single blade - it's a complete field-dressing multi-tool. The modified drop point, 440 stainless blade has the heft and edge to handle everything from whitetails to moose hide. The ergonomic rubberized handle provides a sure grip through slippery cutting. For the heavy work press the knob at the blade's base to unlock the rotating blade, swing out the bone-ripper saw and gut hook and lock it into place. The over-sized gut hook is made to cut through thick, fatty winter hides without snagging or puncturing the entrails.


  • 3.75" 440 Stainless Steel drop point blade
  • Self-cleaning bone and pelvis saw
  • Oversized gut hook
  • Ballistic nylon sheath
  • Rubberized swing handle design
  • Size: 9"
Brand: Real Avid
Catalog Number: 400130
Blade Color Silver/Gray
Blade Edge Plain, Serrated
Blade Length 3.75
Blade Material Stainless Steel (440C)
Handle Color Black, orange
Knife Type Utility
Pocket Clip Included No
Point Drop, Saw, Gut hook
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material ballistic nylon
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