Kershaw Pro Grade Fixed Blade Cimeter 12" Granton Edge Trailing Point 420J Stainless Steel Blade Polymer Handle Blue
The Pro Grade Cimeter is the "Big Dog" of the series and features a big 12" blade that can handle large saltwater and fresh water fish, as well as large game and livestock processing. The blade is big enough to break down these large critters into manageable pieces. It features a Granton edge which is a series of hollows running along the blade creates small air pockets between the blade and whatever is being cut. This allows it to slide through game without sticking.
All Pro Grade Series knives feature 420J2 Blade Steel which has outstanding corrosion resistance while also being tough and able to take and hold a keen edge. All Pro Grade Series Knives feature a contoured polymer handle and blade guard.
- Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
- Blade Steel: 420J2
- Handle Material: Polypropylene
- Blade Shape: Trailing Point
- Serrated: No
- Carry Options: Blade Guard Only
- Blade Finish: Satin
- Blade length: 12"
- Overall Length: 17.5"
- Weight: 8.6 oz
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