Tuckerman Ravine Mount Washington, NH Hikers Knife Single Blade Knife Ambidextrous One Hand Opening
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Tuckerman Ravine Mount Washington, NH Hikers Knife Single Blade Knife Ambidextrous One Hand Opening

Colonial Knife

Tuckerman Ravine Mount Washington, NH Hikers Knife Single Blade Knife Ambidextrous One Hand Opening

$ 24.99

 

Tuckerman Ravine Hikers Knife Single Blade Knife One Hand Opening

ASSISTED OPENING KNIVES OFFERING AFFORDABILITY CRAFTSMANSHIP QUALITY

  Tuckerman Ravine Mountain Knife, Single Blade One Hand Opening also known as the “Tuckerman” model named after an area of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington, the highest peak in the Northeastern U.S. and very well known among climbers and backpackers, the model 5200 Tuckerman Knife  tips the scale at 2 ounces, and its 3-1/4- inch blade and 4.5- inch no-slip handle make for very light and compact carry. The blade is half serrated and half straight edge offering the best of both worlds. Single Blade One Hand Opening Tuckerman Ravine Knife is ambidextrous, left or right one hand opening. The hollow-ground non-reflective finish blade does have three quarters of an inch of jimping on its spine for added blade control. Single Blade Opening the Tuckerman Ravine Knife blade is heat treated to a perfect 58-60 C for easy re-sharpening and blade edge retention. The 5200 Single Blade Opening Tuckerman Ravine Knife also features a belt clip and lanyard hole. The Single Blade One Hand Opening Tuckerman Ravine Hikers Knife has a liner lock, its liner lock engages positively preventing the blade from accidentally closing. The Tuckerman Ravine Hikers Knife stainless clip comes set for tip-up left side carry and can be swapped to right-side tip-down carry. The scales and liner edges are also well rounded, making this a comfortable little knife in the pocket.

 

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Designed in the United States, assembled in China with U.S. components

 

 

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