Lifestyle: Arno Bernard Dagga Boy

Craftsmanship thousands of years in the making.

Arno Bernard Knives has built on the immense popularity of its Dagga Boy series by unveiling two new knives. Both feature Mammoth molar handles and are exclusive to African Sporting Creations.

Mammoth Molar Drop Point

Beautifully designed drop point hunter that utilizes fossilized mammoth molar which is millions of years old for the handle. The striations in the molar are unique so no two are alike! Incorporates a finger groove into the stainless steel bolster to make sure your hand does not slip towards the blade during field dressing. Blade is Bohler N690 surgical stainless steel and bolster is 303 stainless steel. The blade measures 3.5 inches.  The overall length is 8 inches.

$799 plus S+H 

Beautifully designed skinner that utilizes fossilized mammoth molar which is millions of years old for the handle. The striations in the molar are unique so no two are alike! Incorporates a finger groove into the stainless steel bolster to make sure your hand does not slip towards the blade during field dressing. Blade is Bohler N690 surgical stainless steel and bolster is 303 stainless steel. The blade measures 3.5 inches.  The overall length is 8 inches.

$799 plus S+H 

Both come with a high quality, hand made ostrich leather sheath that covers almost the entire knife so you never need to worry about losing it. 

Again, both are exclusive to African Sporting Creations.