Manufacturer: Columbia River Knife & Tool 4020RH
Specifications and features:
Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT) Stubby Graham Razel folding knife
2" plain blade
8Cr13MoV stainless steel, 58-59 HRC
Hand contoured ram horn scaled handle
Dual, knurled thumb studs
Three stainless steel back spacers
Deep finger choil
Thumb friction grooves
0.923" blade width
0.13" blade thickness
5.25" overall length open
3.25" handle closed length
Removable stainless steel pocket and gear clip
Graham Stubby Folding Razel Knife -
The knife is the Graham Stubby Folding Razel Knife, designed by Jon and Josh Graham of Graham Knives, that features a 2.0" blade made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, .13" thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-59. The blade of this knife has a .923" wide sharpened chisel tip, a brushed finish, a notched thumb rest, dual thumb studs and a Flipper for ambidextrous one hand opening. The stainless steel handle, 3.25" closed, has hand contoured ram horn scales, a pronounced choil for secure grip, and a frame lock. A removable stainless steel pocket clip is mounted at the pivot end of this knife.
Chinese stainless steel tempered at the Rc56 to Rc58 range and used in the Tenacious, Persistence, and Byrd lines of knives.
Using both hands with equal ease. Pertaining to knives, it is a knife that is not solely designed for a left or right handed person but can be used with equal ease by both hands.
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.