A perfect balance of luxury and practicality, the Argonaut 800 features a 6.8-inch Aus-8 stainless steel blade and an overall length of 12.08 inches. The tang, which extends through the entire handle, creates a heavy-duty clip-point blade with superior structural integrity and natural balance. In addition, the tang houses a reinforced eyelet and is equipped with a multi-purpose pommel/glass-breaker. Finally, the tang does away with sharp edges or corners which create stress points in the steel.
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Meanwhile, the Argonaut 800 also includes a comfortable thermoplastic rubber handle with deep grooves, enabling the end user to grip this knife with wet or slippery hands. A two-way guard also protects the hand under heavy-duty work. This knife also comes with a nylon sheath which holds it in place during travel. The sheath attaches to both belts and packs for quick and easy access. MSRP is $99.99. See below for additional details.
Steel Will Argonaut 800 Features
* Steel: Aus-8
* Full Length: 12.08 inches
* Blade Length: 6.3 inches
* Blade Thickness: 0.18”
* Finish: Satin
* Blade-HRC: 56-58
* Weight: 9.59 ounces
* Handle: Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
* Sheath: Nylon
* MSRP: $99.99
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About Steel Will Knives
Steel Will Knives mission is to create the world’s best knives by choosing the finest time-tested metals from Japan, Austria, America, and other countries to ensure every knife achieves the distinct properties for which it is created. They are produced with scrupulous attention to every detail and are constantly searching for new ideas to revolutionize their products, and stay on the cutting edge of technology. Steel Will Knives prides themselves on designing products with the highest level of performance, quality, and craftsmanship.
For more information about the Argonaut 800, visit http://steelwillknives.com
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