Ontario Old Hickory Hunting Knife | Leather Sheath | 7026

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Ontario Old Hickory Hunting Knife | Leather Sheath | OKC 7026


Ontario's infamous Old Hickory Knives have been a kitchen "must" for over 95 years and now OKC has continued to expand on that with this new "made for the outdoors" Old Hickory Hunting Knife. In keeping with the Old Hickory design, the Old Hickory Hunting Knife features a 1095 Carbon Steel blade with a hardwood handle. It's multi-functional drop point blade measures 5.5" in length and with the hardwood handle, it brings the OKC Hunting Knife to 10.3" in overall length.The Old Hickory Hunting Knife is rounded out with a leather sheath and is made in the USA.

Ontario Old Hickory Hunting Knife 7026 Specifications:

  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Overall Length: 10.3"
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Blade Length: 5.5"
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Blade Steel: 1095 High Carbon Steel
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Blade Finish: Satin
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Rockwell Hardness: 55-57HRC
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Handle Material: Hardwood
  • Old Hickory Hunting Knife Carry System: Leather Sheath

AVAILABILITY NOTE: Old Hickory Hunting Knives have had several runs of production, however, they are much more popular than anyone could have anticipated. As a result, they're usually all spoken for by the time each production run is complete. The best way to ensure you will receive one when they become available, is to place an order. This does not guarantee you will get one in the next "round", but it makes it far more likely. If you would prefer to not have your credit card charged until your order is ready to ship, just call us or text us to place the order by phone 318-655-2393


  • 5
    Hunting knife

    Posted by R.B. on Mar 16th 2023

    Great knife. I like the profile, should be a good skinning knife.

  • 5
    Ontario Hunting

    Posted by Oleskool Hunter on May 30th 2022

    There's nothing bad to say about this knife it's just the right size for edc lt's easy to put a shaving edge on it I like the carbon 1095 steel knife feels really good in hand and it's not a heavy knife and you can't beat the price for a knife like this I'm very pleased with this purchase I would highly recommend this Hunting knife to the guys that don't want to pay a arm and leg for a hunting knife it's priced very reasonable and very well made

  • 5
    Old Hickory hunting knife (7026)

    Posted by James Alan Weary on May 25th 2022

    Old school deer hunting knife. Work horse. Will get the job done.

  • 5
    Exactly what I expected

    Posted by John on Dec 7th 2021

    This was exactly what I expected. Carbon steel with walnut scales with a fine edge ready to accept whatever petina I want to give it. It is almost an exact copy of a kitchen knife my great grandmother used that was made in England and is still going strong! I hope to keep the tradition going with this OHK! Very satisfied.

  • 5
    Hunting knife

    Posted by William Stone on Sep 28th 2021

    Great knife. This is a keeper for years to come

  • 4
    Old Hickory hunting knife

    Posted by David Hayner on Apr 7th 2021

    Comes spare, not much needed to get it ready. Stripped away a couple of small burrs, treated the handle and oiled the sheath. Nice camp knife, food prep, smaller fire making chores. Blade stock is thin, no batoning or heavy chopping, but decent knife and sheath overall. For $25, it is a steal., will buy one for a friend. Thanks OKC!!

  • 4
    Old Hickory hunting knife

    Posted by David Hayner on Mar 18th 2021

    Have not had a chance to use the knife so4stars at this point. This is not a bushcraft knife, but is a great knife for other camp chores. Sharp out of the box, honed it up on a strop. It is light weight, nice balance, good grip on wood scales. The sheath is leather with a plastic insert, holds the knife well. For less than $25, hard to beat. I will test it out when things dry out a little. So far, quite pleased.

  • 5
    Ontario Hunting Knife

    Posted by Gregory Zeigler on Nov 13th 2020

    For the price, this can't be beat. 1095 HC Steel smaller butcher knife. Comes razor sharp. The sheath, while not the prettiest, holds retention well. Wood handles and two rivets. Full tang. Strikes a ferro rod well. Made in the USA under $30(who can complain about this?). This is added to my collection of a slicer, paring knife and a cleaver. All good knives. One must wash and dry after each use. Adding vegetable oil is a plus, until natural patina can form. One can also create a patina with vinegar. Great knife!

  • 5
    OKC Hunting Knife

    Posted by Scot Carpenter on Nov 10th 2020

    I bought the Hunting Knife because of the low price for an OKC knife. It's the quality I expect from OKC: functional and well made rather than shiny and complex construction. It came with an edge that will shave arm hair. It's the same thickness as their butcher knives, slightly less than 0.1" so can't be abused by prying, hammering on the back, etc. but is strong enough for any hunting or camp use. I like the shape. I has enough curve for skinning but is straight enough for cleaning an animal. The sheath is good quality. Rather than a snap, the handle fits tightly into it and is secure. Overall, an incredible value for the price.