Tekto Silver Fox Fixed Blade Knife

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SKU:
Tekto-FH-A4-01
Weight:
1.00 LBS
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Now: $39.98
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Description

Heading out camping? Hiking maybe? Don't leave the house without the Silver Fox. Built to avoid rusting, the Fox comes with a sheath and a wooden handle.

 

Blade Length: 5.00” (127mm)

Blade Material: 440C

Handle Length: 4.00" (101mm)

Handle Material: Wood

Blade Hardness: 60 HRC

Weight: 0.42lbs (192g)

Blade: Trailing Point

Sheath: Yes

 


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1 Review

  • 5
    Tekto Silver Fox Fixed Blade Knife

    Posted by Tim on 29th Dec 2021

    This is a wicked sharp knife! With a 60 Rockwell hardness and the tried and true 440C you can't go wrong. This is a gem, especially at this price. It is like getting a $350.00 Benchmade for $39.00. I have many knives and as long as my wife doesn't know, I will get this one. I bought four of these for Christmas gifts, and they love them. The only negative is the sheath, which is leather. I would much prefer a Kydex sheath. But you can't expect the world for this price. If you don't know much about knives 440C is a great metal and the 60 Rockwell is the hardness. Most knives are around 55 to 57 RCH. When you get into CPM, S30V and so many others it can be confusing. Just look for the hardness 58 to 62 and if they can't tell you, don't buy it. When they tell you that it is 440 Stainless steel and they can't tell you whether it is A or C, don't buy it. Hope this helps. BUY THIS ONE.

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