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This is a really nice liner lock pocket knife. This features the Kerambit hole for the little finger. It is a substantial knife and very well made.
Featuring a 420 surgical grade stainless steel curved blade & razor sharp. Hardwood grips.
Blade: 2″ (5 cm) long by 2.9mm thick and hollow ground.
What makes these knives superb is the steel used. Many knives are made with inferior grades of stainless steel. “Stainless” is a large group of steel alloys – many entirely unsuitable for blade use.
Grade 420 is capable of attaining great hardness, sharpness and wear resistance of the stainless alloys. Its very high carbon content is responsible for these characteristics along with superior heat treatment. Of course this is also more expensive – you get what you pay for.
Handle: Stainless with hardwood grips – no belt clip.
This is a quality pocket knife and will not disappoint. Sharp enough to shave my arm.