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DRGF-FILE-0600

Dragon Fire 6" Curved Boning and Fillet Knife

The Dragon Fire 6" Curved Boning and Fillet Knife is ideal for removing bones in pork, fish, beef or chicken. The long narrow curved blade enables the knife to move cleanly along the bones for clean cuts. The curved belly design makes it easy to trim fat and separate the meat from the bone.
  • Constructed of 2.5-mm thick Nitrogen-Enriched American BD1N Steel for great heft, durability and sharpness
  • Handle features a fully cast double bolster with durable Spanish Linen Micarta scales
  • FDA approved black resin and linen Canvas Micarta handle with three stainless steel rivets
  • Rockwell Hardness of 63; clean with warm water and mild detergent, dry thoroughly
  • 16° blade angle; knife bevel is equal on both sides (50/50) for sharpness, strength, and durability
  • Handcrafted from American BD1N steel with a lifetime warranty
  • UPC: 854752008247

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Jessica Loveall
a blade so fine

rarely have i come across such a fine blade and the Dragon Fire boning and fillet knife. This 6" blade hasamazing balance, heft and flexibility and has been sharpened to do serious work. Fish Beef and Pork have been worked with this blade and the precise cutting is a breeze! Thanks so much for such fine craftsmanship!

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Col Marc Jamison
Sharpest knife ever

I have a majority of the Dragon Fire series! Totally impressed...only have honed twice in over a year. Was missing the boning/filet...perfect filets and removing silver skin!

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Gerald Loh
Knife is ok, but not Made in Seki, Japan

Just got the boning knife as it was listed on the site as being made in Seki, Japan. The knife seems ok, not the sharpest I’ve seen out of the box, but decently sharp. It does have Bd1n printed on it, so I am assuming it is the Carpenter steel. I was advised by Apogee that they will revise their website regarding the origin of the knife.