So together with Lloyd and designed a knife called the Pendleton Lite Hunter. In appearance it strongly resembles the rest of the family with a drop point blade, modest guard, hollowed bolster area and a flared butt to aid retention. The only major changes were the adoption of more affordable German 4116 Stainless steel and the use of polypropylene instead of Kray-Ex for the handle.
In testing it got straight As in the field as it is equally adept at field dressing and skinning, held a decent edge, was easy to sharpen,and proved to be tough as nails.
If youre looking for a very affordable hunting/utility knife that comes with a good, pouch-style sheath and delivers more than your moneys worth in performance and value look no further than the Pendleton Lite.
-Drop point blade
-Hollowed bolster area and a flared butt to aid retention
-Great at field dressing and skinning
-Easy to sharpen
-Tough as nails
-Weight: 2.7 oz.
-Blade: 3 5/8"
-Overall: 8 1/2"
-Steel: German 4116 Stainless