- Ryan Johnson design
- Full tang construction
- Tek-Lok sheath
- Black powder coat
Attention Jobs: Don't back it into a corner. The Pangolin is a stout, fixed blade tactical knife that's the perfect size for a pack, or a purse. But when there's big work to be done, it comes out fighting.
Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical in Chattanooga, Tennessee, designed the Pangolin to be his personal carry knife—one that could be quickly accessible but still do some serious work. He succeeded in doing both with his latest offering.
The Pangolin features a modified drop point blade with black powder corrosion resistant finish that can hold its own on tasks, both in the field on a mission, or at home. You may wonder how such a short, robust knife can get so much work done. Then you grab hold of the handle, feel its ergonomic design and realize you can get some serious leverage with this blade.
But this knife isn't just snarl and grit. It has an attractive side too. Look closer at the handle texture. You'll see it has scales that are reminiscent of the Pangolin—a small but naturally gifted animal from which it derives its name.
The Pangolin is a short, lean knife that stays out of the way until you really need it. And then it's a monster.
Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
Blade Steel: 8Cr13MoV
Handle Material: Glass-Reinforced Nylon
Blade Shape: Drop Point
Carry Options: Glass-Reinforced Nylon Sheath
Blade Finish: Black Powder Coat
Rockwell Hardness: 56-58 HRC
Blade Length: 2.98"
Blade Thickness: .126"
Overall Length: 6.75"
Weight: 3.4 oz