Manufacturer: Columbia River Knife & Tool 5520KItem: 39741UPC: 794023552034Specifications and features:
1.75" plain Wharncliffe blade
4.25" overall length
0.10" blade thickness
420J2 stainless steel, 54-56 HRC
Integral FrameLock for a complete seal
One handed open and close
420J2 stainless steel pocket clip
Ed Halligan design
Limited factory warranty
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Delilah's P.E.C.K. Knife, Black -
The Knife is the Black Delilah's P.E.C.K. Knife, designed by Ed Halligan, features a 1.75" Wharncliffe blade made of 420J2 stainless steel, .10" thick. The blade of this knife has a non reflective black coat and a thumb stud for one hand opening. The black skeletonized stainless steel handle, 2.63" closed, has a frame lock and a lanyard hole. A metal pocket clip is mounted at the pivot end of this knife. The Black Delilah's P.E.C.K. Knife weighs .9 ounces.
420J2 Stainless Steel -
420J2 is a low carbon stainless steel and also the entry grade of cutlery class stainless steel that is available. It is quite tough and resistant to corrosion. It has low wear resistance making it a very easy to shape and sharpen blade steel.
Wharncliffe Blade -
A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual. Its blade is much thicker than a knife of comparable size. It is similar to the Saxon and Viking Seax.
Also known as the Integral Lock or Monolock. The Frame Lock is a locking mechanism invented by custom knife maker Chris Reeve for the Sebenzas an update to the liner lock. The Frame Lock works in a manner similar to the liner lock but uses a partial cutout of the actual knife handle, rather than a separate liner inside the handle to hold the blade in place.
Lanyard Hole -
This is a hole to fit a lanyard, rope or carrying implement through.