Emerson Karambit Fixed Blade Tactical Knife 3.2" Karambit 154CM Stainless Steel Blade G-10 Handle Black

Product Family #: 2929131495
$237.56 - $242.06 & SHIPS FREE
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Emerson Knives have built a reputation for their extreme strength, edge retention, and quality. They are also 100% Made in America. Emerson Knives are made with elite military and law enforcement groups in mind, as failure is not an option. The Emerson Fixed Blade Karambit is lightening quick, powerful, and efficient. Used in either a forward or reverse grip, the ergonomic handle with its large finger hole provides a secure grip and weapon retention. The Fixed Blade Karambit features a razor sharp chisel ground blade, and G-10 textured handles. The Fixed Blade Karambit also comes with a Kydex tactical sheath.

Technical Information
  • Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
  • Blade Steel: 154 CM
  • Handle Material: G-10
  • Blade Shape: Hawbill
  • Serrated: No
  • Pocket Clip: N/A
  • Carry Options: Tactical Kydex Sheath included
  • Locking Mechanism: N/A
  • Rockwell Hardness: 57-59
  • Opening Method: N/A
  • Blade length: 3.2"
  • Blade Width: .125"
  • Closed Length: N/A
  • Overall Length: 7.6"
  • Weight: 6.4 oz
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