The HABS-K Satilla, named for the Satilla River in Georgia that the designers grew up on, was designed as a survival and bushcraft knife. Made right here in Savannah, Georgia, the Hell and Back Survival Knife Satilla is very similar to the Savannah, but has a rough textured micarta handle with grooves to help displace any water or other liquids that get on the grip. The 1095 carbon steel hollow grind blade is 5 inches and the handle is 4.75 inches for a total lengths of 9.75 inches. The grip design works great for large hands, and the design also allows for smaller hands to fit perfectly by moving their grip forward towards the blade.
The knife was designed to cover as many functions as possible. It works great as an every day carry knife. Not only is it a great skinner, but it will perform the many intricate bushcraft knife tasks that bushcrafters perform often as well as the more strenuous tasks of chopping and batoning wood.
The HABS-K Satilla comes complete with a Kydex sheath with a fire steel loop and firesteel. The sheath has a MOLLE clip for mounting on your gear, and the clip can be moved for horizontal or vertical carry.
Made in the U.S.A.
Left Hand Carry Sheaths available on request while supplies last.