Skinning knife (Damascus, Karelian birch)
Skinning knife — a special knife for butchering animal carcasses.A typical skinning knife has a wide blade. The cutting edge line is convex, usually steeply curved towards the tip. The length of the blade is 4-12 cm, and often less than the length of the knife handle. The blade is rigid, with a thick back of the blade is not springy. The skinning knife is an auxiliary tool and an item of equipment for the hunter.