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Chris Reeve Knives Left Hand Large Inkosi Drop Point Plain Stonewash Plain

Chris Reeve Knives

Chris Reeve Knives Left Handed Large Inkosi Drop Point Plain Stonewash Plain Edge Blade. The Inkosi left handed folding knife is a new design by Chris Reeve that builds on the inherent strengths of the Integral Lock. This knife is a Larger model for a everyday folder with Chris Reeve Knives' award-winning manufacturing excellence. Inkosi is the Zulu word for Chief and this knife certainly commands respect. The blade is 8% thicker than the Small Sebenza 21 and utilizes CRK's Large Hollow Grind technology. Double thumb lugs are standard, Oversized phosphor bronze washer with extra-large grease pockets, Larger, sturdier stop pin. Added stability to the locking mechanism and ceramic ball lock bar interface. Pocket clip rests on the spine rather than contacting the lock bar to avoid undue pressure on the lock.

    • Overall Length:6.50"
    • Overall Length:8.25"
    • Blade Length:3.50"
    • Cutting Edge:3.375"
    • Blade Thickness:0.14"
    • Blade Material:CPM-S35VN
    • Hardness:59-60 RC
    • Blade Style:Drop Point
    • Blade Grind:Hollow
    • Finish:Stonewash
    • Edge Type:Plain
    • Handle Length:4.75"
    • Handle Thickness:0.46"
    • Handle Material:Titanium
    • Color:Gray
    • Frame/Liner:Titanium
    • Weight:5.01 oz.
    • Left Handed
    • Model:LIN-1001

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