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8.25" Zebra Wood Knife

8.25" Zebra Wood Knife

Blade
The Anglo Arms 133, Zebra Wood Knife, model is a traditional inspired drop point fixed blade bushcraft knife that's designed to be comfortable in the hand and practical in the field. The133's 440-grade stainless steel, full tang, razor sharp blade has a total cutting length of 90mm with a 15mm high flat grind depth. The 3mm thick spine has jimping to provide a solid gripping surface for the thumb.

Handle
The zebrawood handle blades on the Anglo Arms 133 are incredibly hard wearing, so called because of the striking grain stripes, zebrawood offers excellent wear over the lifetime of the knife. The handle blades have been secured firmly in place with traditional metal rivets. A reinforced lanyard hole is positioned at the rear of the handle, the brass insert protects the handle from chipping and slitting.

Pouch
A good knife pouch should be secure and offer unrestricted access whilst protecting the blade which is why the Anglo Arms 133 is supplied with a high-density nylon pouch with a large belt loop and a press stud securing strap.

Specifications

Additional Information

Overall Length209mm (8.228")
Blade Length90mm (3.543")
Handle Length114mm (4.488")
Blade TypeDrop Point
Spine3mm (0.125")
Ricasso8mm (0.314")
GrindHigh Flat
Grind Depth15mm (0.590")
TangFull Tang
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Blade
The Anglo Arms 133, Zebra Wood Knife, model is a traditional inspired drop point fixed blade bushcraft knife that's designed to be comfortable in the hand and practical in the field. The133's 440-grade stainless steel, full tang, razor sharp blade has a total cutting length of 90mm with a 15mm high flat grind depth. The 3mm thick spine has jimping to provide a solid gripping surface for the thumb.

Handle
The zebrawood handle blades on the Anglo Arms 133 are incredibly hard wearing, so called because of the striking grain stripes, zebrawood offers excellent wear over the lifetime of the knife. The handle blades have been secured firmly in place with traditional metal rivets. A reinforced lanyard hole is positioned at the rear of the handle, the brass insert protects the handle from chipping and slitting.

Pouch
A good knife pouch should be secure and offer unrestricted access whilst protecting the blade which is why the Anglo Arms 133 is supplied with a high-density nylon pouch with a large belt loop and a press stud securing strap.

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