Crossnar Wood Penknife 10649




This is a price worthy little Crossnar knife from Aceros de Hispania. Unfortunately this nice folder has been discontinued. This is a knife to carry on days when size matters. A elegant dense little knife that fits perfectly in any small pocket, for instance inside that little pocket over the right hand pocket on your jeans. Despite its small size, unfolded this knife feels quite big. This makes this snug little beauty one of my favorite Every Day Carry (EDC), although I usually pick a clip point before a drop point in my EDC's.

Specs
Blade material: Stainless steel 420
Blade length: 52 mm
Blade thickness: 1,8 mm
Knife length: 73 mm / 125 mm
Handle thickness: 13,5 mm
Knife weight: 52 g
Price: 70 SEK (Barcelona 2010)

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Ontario RAT-7 D2





This is an extremely robust knife with a nice roomy sheet that makes it possible to carry the knife in many different ways. This knife is designed by Jeff Randall and Randall’s Adventure and Training (RAT) in cooperation with Ontario Knife Company. Today Ontario offer a similar knife in the RAT-7, and the company ESEE Knives offer my knife's more distant relatives in the knife line ESEE . I've been carrying this piece for long periods in rough conditions often under water and surprisingly the carbon steel has been very corrosion resistant. This knife followed me for instance during my adventure at Haigler Creek. The canvas micarta handle provides a secure grip even when wet and the blade coating doesn't give off any unwanted reflections.

Knife length: 315 mm
Knife weight: 361 g
Blade: Drop point, non-reflective powder coating
Blade material: D2 steel, Rockwell hardness 58-59
Tang: Full
Blade length: 180 mm
Blade width: 40 mm
Blade thickness: 5 mm
Edge profile: Full Flat Gind
Handle: Finger grooved
Handle material: Canvas micarta
Handle length: 135 mm
Sheath: One snap button lock, storage pocket, multiple attachment system
Sheath material: Cordura nylon and plastic insert
Sheath length: 365 mm
Sheath weight: 175 g
Total length (knife in sheath): 365 mm
Total weight (knife and sheath): 537 g


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Spyderco C41 Native Stainless Steel



A rigid folder with the powerful look of getting the job done. The knife is quite heavy but the tip up carry clip makes the knife carryble. The carry clip can be mounted on either side of the handle pending if you are right or left handed. I like the Spyderco C41 Native's clean rough design. This model is now a days discontinued.

Knife length: 177 mm
Knife weight: 128 g
Blade: Dagger point blade with hole for one-hand opening
Blade material: AUS-10 Stainless steel
Blade length: 77 mm
Blade width: 27 mm
Blade thickness: 3 mm
Edge: Straight, 50% plain, 50% serrated
Handle: Finger grooved
Handle material: Stainless steel
Handle length: 100 mm
Carry system: Pocket clip

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Karesuandokniven Moose Special




The Moose Special is a beautiful and well balanced knife. The design is a tasteful combination of modern knife shaping and traditional Swedish knife culture. The weight and size makes this a neat everyday knife suitable for us who like shorter blades. I've been using this knife since 1993 hiking and hunting. Back in the days when I got it I liked it so much I wanted to make it even more special, so I got a Gold Smith to make and engrave at brass plate with my initials to mount on the handle butt.

Specs
Knife length: 186 mm
Knife weight: 80 g
Blade: Drop point
Blade material: Sandvik 12C27 Stainless steel 57HRC
Tang: Long
Blade length: 83 mm
Blade width: 21 mm
Blade thickness: 3 mm
Edge: Straight plain
Handle: Slightly finger grooved
Handle material: Curly birch, reindeer antler and brass
Handle length: 103 mm
Sheath: Engraved leather sheath with loop attachment
Sheath material: Cow hide and plastic insert
Sheath length: 170 mm
Sheath weight: 43 g
Total length (knife in sheath): 210 mm
Total weight (knife and sheath): 123 g
Price: 300 SEK (Sweden 1993)

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