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Trekker Hunting Knife

Trekker Hunting Knife

Blade
The Anglo Arms Trekker is a large hunting knife that's a great camping and trecking knife. The Trekker is a full tang black oxide drop point fixed blade knife constructed from 440-grade stainless steel, the blade that has an impressive 225mm cutting edge with a 40mm high flat grind depth and a 5mm thick spine for a very stiff blade.

Handle
The Trekker's 5" handle is made from two-tone polymer blades with a knurled pattern on the outer facing faces. The handle is secured in position with torx fasteners which allows for easy removal when undergoing maintenance. The Trekkers 68mm wide guard provides excellent finger and hand protection whilst assisting in overall grip properties.

Pouch
The Trekker is supplied with a stiff, highly durable double stitched black nylon sheath with a 2" belt loop and press stud securing strap.

Specifications

Additional Information

Overall Length372mm (14.645")
Blade Length225mm (8.858")
Handle Length127mm (5")
Blade TypeClip Point
Spine5mm (0.196")
Ricasso19mm (0.748")
GrindHigh Flat
Grind Depth40mm (1.574")
TangFull Tang
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Blade
The Anglo Arms Trekker is a large hunting knife that's a great camping and trecking knife. The Trekker is a full tang black oxide drop point fixed blade knife constructed from 440-grade stainless steel, the blade that has an impressive 225mm cutting edge with a 40mm high flat grind depth and a 5mm thick spine for a very stiff blade.

Handle
The Trekker's 5" handle is made from two-tone polymer blades with a knurled pattern on the outer facing faces. The handle is secured in position with torx fasteners which allows for easy removal when undergoing maintenance. The Trekkers 68mm wide guard provides excellent finger and hand protection whilst assisting in overall grip properties.

Pouch
The Trekker is supplied with a stiff, highly durable double stitched black nylon sheath with a 2" belt loop and press stud securing strap.

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