Crusher Belt Knife with Burlap Micarta and Caswell Finish
Product Description for Crusher Belt Knife with Burlap Micarta and Caswell Finish
Maker: Winkler Knives (click to see more by this maker)
Item num: 98400
Blade length: 5.00 in.
Total length: 9.50 in.
Blade height (at heel): 1.65 in.
Blade thickness (near bolster): 0.18 in.
Blade thickness (at midpoint): 0.15 in.
Blade thickness (near tip): 0.07 in.
Item weight: 9.00 oz.
Shipment weight: 19 oz.
Blade: 80CrV2 carbon steel with a non-glare Caswell finish
Handle: Burlap Micarta set on a distal tapered full tang
Sheath: Ambidextrous leather covered Kydex sheath
Description: Daniel Winkler became a fulltime knifemaker in 1988 and received accreditation as an American Bladesmith Society master bladesmith in 1993. He has spent more than three decades studying and perfecting the nuances and handmade knives. Winkler Knives is a custom manufacturing operation that represents the evolution of Mastersmith Daniel Winklerís knifemaking expertise coupled with the needs and field experience of Tier 1 Special Operations Teams from around the world.
This tool was crafted in the Winkler Knives shop in Northwestern North Carolina by skilled Blue Ridge Mountain artisans. It was created to provide unfailing performance and to last a lifetime. The Winkler Knives touch mark represents their unwavering commitment to producing the highest quality knives, axes, and breaching tools available.
This knife is very similar to the standard issue model Daniel Winkler is currently providing to active duty operators within the Naval Special Warfare Unit. The blade is formed from 3/16" 80CrV2 carbon steel with a non-glare Caswell finish. A full tapered tang means great balance.
A burlap Micarta handle is set on the full tang. The distal tapered tang extends past the scales creating a glass breaker.
The versatile Kydex lined leather sheath can be worn vertically or horizontally for right- or left-hand draw with simple adjustments.
Made in the USA.
Availability: In stock. Usually ships in 1-2 business days