Black Panther D2 Steel Hunting Knife

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BigCat Black Panther Knife:

High-Quality D2 Tool Steel Blade: This hunting knife with a sheath can undertake any task. High wear resistance, hardness, and toughness.

Dimensions: Overall length: 9-inches. Blade length: 4.75-inches. Handle length: 4.25-inches. Knife weight: 7.6 oz / 220g.

Comfortable grip: Handmade hunting knife with ergonomic micarta handle. A strong, comfortable grip with a metal safety guard gives this knife a rugged style and balance.

Multipurpose: This knife is yours for hunting, camping, hiking, fishing, or any outdoor task.

Stunning leather sheath: Our D2 knife is no pocket knife. A fixed blade knife with sheath, a beauty to behold. With an integrated EDC belt loop and snap fastener, portable and easily accessible.

Unique gift: No two of our tough knives are the same, they are one-of-a-kind Damascus steel works of art. Ideal for collectors, hunters, and campers for occasions such as Valentine's Day, birthdays, or Father's Day.

Lifetime Warranty: We stand 100% by our knives. We warrant that they are free from defects in workmanship and materials for a lifetime.


  • Overall length: 9-inches
  • Blade length: 4.75-inches
  • Handle length: 4.25-inches
  • Weight of belt knife: 7.6 oz / 220g.

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Rita T.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Nice blade

It’s worked well so far

Murphy F.

It's an expensive knife for the quality it offers. Should be priced much lower.

The knife arrived with the leather sheath very dry and stiff, like it's very old, and the metal eyelets disintegrated due to rust. The knife handle is rough and discolored, and the blade has rust on both the spine and the edge. The quality is terrible, and the price for a knife like this is too high. It arrived without any sharpness. Very poor quality control. It's a shame to have bought this knife; I should have chosen one from a recognized brand. I collect knives and am a hunter, and I would never take this knife into the field. I couldn't trust it. It's the worst investment I've made. UPDATE: The replacement knife arrived on time. It has all the right features now. No rust anywhere, the leather sheath is very nice and in really good shape. The Micarta handle is nice, just a little short for my hands. An extra 1/2" or 5/8" longer could be great.

Nathan S.

Truly impressed by the quality!

A beautiful knife that I would trust with my life in the bush. The combination of D2 steel and micarta handles is unbeatable. I love this knife and would recommend buying it without hesitation—no disappointment guaranteed!

Grace W.

With a bit of effort, a very nice knife

On the not-so-good side, the blade arrived tightly wrapped in plastic, seemingly to protect it from corrosion. However, the screws holding the handle in place had surface rust, and the grommets on the sheath also showed rust. I used a metal polishing cloth to remove the plastic residue from the blade and polished the screws. The very good aspects include the blade polishing to a beautiful shine, the handle screws cleaning up well, and the blade being 4.5mm wide. The D2 tool steel is excellent, and the knife has a sturdy and practical design, making it one of my favorite blades. I highly recommend this knife to anyone willing to put in a little work and add some quality oil.

Chloe Y.

This is an impressive knife, however...

The essence of handcraft lies in its imperfections, as Bigcat Roar knives wisely puts it: "The beauty of handmaid lies in it's imperfections. Anything perfect is machine made." I've been using this knife for two weeks now, putting it through its paces. Out of the box, it was razor-sharp, and the D2 steel is easy to sharpen. The spine provides a good surface for use with a ferro rod, throwing sparks effortlessly. The dual Sabre inlay is a nice touch on the black-stained hardwood scales. The knife has jimping for thumb grip, which may feel a bit unfinished but can be easily smoothed out with a fine file for a more rounded, comfortable grip. The T-10 screws on the scales are set tight and countersunk. I appreciate the concave hollow grind, a departure from the typical convex Swedish style seen in many other bushcraft knives, and it's easily sharpened on my whetstone. This knife is sturdy and excels at batoning, showing no mushrooming on the spine, no chipping or rolling of the blade, and no pitting from sparks off the ferro rod. For the price, it's a great knife. It was well-wrapped in plastic and oiled, though excess oil needs to be wiped off. However, the sheath is a letdown. It seems to be leather dust pressed and formed, with corroded rivets, pulling stitching, a crooked pouch pocket, and dried glue on the outside. I decided to invest in a BPS Knives dangle sheath, which fits and looks great with this knife. In reality, you're paying for a well-made, handcrafted knife, and the extra cost for a new sheath is negligible because the knife makes up for it. That's why I give it four stars for craftsmanship. Overall, I highly recommend this knife for its beauty, functionality, and craftsmanship.

What is Big Cat Knives?

Big Cat Knives is an American company devoted to building the optimum
hunting knives.

What material are Big Cat Knives made of?

Out of the 35 knives that made up our catalog, 31 are made of
Damascus Steel, and 4 are plain-steel blades.

What is Damascus Steel?

Damascus steel is a famed type of steel recognizable by the watery or
wavy light and dark pattern of the metal. It's made by folding
multiple iron billets that leaves the blade extremely hard and
flexible while maintaining a sharp edge.