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Extrema Ratio K-Talon karambit
Lion Steel L.E.One karambit
Old Bear Limited Edition in SanMai Japanese Steel
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  1. Ontario Knife Company - ASEK Rescue Strap Cutter Assembly - 1403 - multipurpose

    Originally produced as an accessory to the ASEK survival knife series, this ASEK belt cutter is constructed of anodized aluminum. The ASEK Strap Cutter can also be considered a multi-tool thanks to the ceramic sharpener, the lanyard and the presence of a screwdriver. Click here for replacement blades for the ASEK Belt Cutter. The ASEK cutter blades are made in the USA.

    Total length: 16.8 cm
    Hardness: 55 HRC
    Handle color black
    Black blade color
    Blade thickness: 0.064 cm
    Blade material: 440 stainless steel
    Blade length: 2.5 cm

    ON1403
    $35.09
    Only 2 left
    Only 2 left
  2. Kukri Artisan - Ceremonial Long Aluminum 027 - knife

    Kukri Artisan - Ceremonial Long Aluminum 027 - knife

    Blade: Carbon steel fully engraved with motifs of dragons (warning: may vary from those shown in photos)
    Conformation: Dui Chirra
    Kauri: Discovered
    Aunlo-Bal: -
    Handle: aluminum
    Finishes: Brass
    Blade length: 455 mm.
    Blade Thickness: 12 mm.
    Overall length: 650 mm.
    Karda: 210 mm.
    Chakmak: 210 mm.
    Weight: 1675g.
    Sheath: leather and wood
    Notes: Original Nepalese knife made entirely by hand

    KU027
    $184.18
    Rating:
    90%
    4.5
    Out of stock
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