Summary: this is a razor sharp Jim Hammond hunting / skinning knife, I'm not sure of the exact model as I could not find anything similar in current or archived models on his website. Serial number is 14, the blade has a 3" sharpened edge and measures 3.75" from tip to wood scales. (Cocobolo, I believe) 3/16" blade stock with a tapering tang and very thin red liners, overall length is 8". The knife has the original edge and has not been resharpened – overall near mint to mint condition.

The belt sheath is original to the knife, the knife / sheath fit is perfect. Typical high quality Hammond craftsmanship, the sheath is in excellent condition with nothing but normal handling scuffs.

Bonus: multi-colored 550 paracord survival bracelet, size small. Made in the USA, easy to use / wear / carry, and unraveled gives you just about 14 feet of lifesaving cord that will look great wrapped around your wrist until you need it.

8 photos for review – as shown, a new black canvas carry case is included. This is a nice find if you're a fan of Jim's knives, it's a bit of an oddball model with a low serial number. Hammond knives rarely come up for sale, a knife like this is always a great investment and super addition to any knife collection. Thanks and good luck.