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Custom made j2 stainless Steel Full Tang Blade Fillet knife.
overall length 12″ inches
Blade length 7.75″inches
Handle length 4.25″inches
Handle made of Rasin.
Comfortable handle grip and Comes with Leather sheath. And comes with a Key holder and a little knife Free.
Razor sharp blade and hold an edge…
What are Fillet Knives
A fillet knife (also called a filleting knife) is a kitchen knife used for filleting. It gives good control and aids in filleting. It is a very flexible member of the boning knife family that is used to filet and prepare fish. Fillet knife blades are typically 15 to 28 cm (6 to 11 in) long. This allows them to move easily along the backbone and under the skin of meat.
Blade Used for Fillet Knives
Most fillet knives utilize a trailing point blade which is made for slicing and skinning. The back edge of a trailing point blade curves upwards gently from the handle to the tip. The curve of the back edge maximizes the size of the knife belly, the curved part of the cutting edge. The large belly of the trailing point blade makes it ideal for quick precise cuts.
Fillet knife blades are made of various types of materials. Stainless steel is often used. Since fillet knives are frequently wet, additional chromium in stainless steel blades makes the knives resist corrosion. Also, since fillet knives are used to prepare meat for consumption, the corrosion resistance prevents pitting corrosion so the blade remains smooth and easy to clean. Fillet knife blades often have a Rockwell hardness in the mid to upper 50s placing them in the medium hardness range. A medium hardness gives the blade moderate edge retention and relies on the thinness of the blade for flexibility rather than lack of hardness.