2.375" Plain Drop-Point Fixed Blade Hawg 2 Knife Bronze Zytel Sheath Plate Warranty

Columbia River Knife & Tool
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Specifications and features:
2.375" plain drop point blade
420J2 steel, 54-56 HRC
0.09" blade thickness
5.50" overall length
Single side textured Zytel scaled handle
Finger choil
Grooved spine
Quick, one handed operation
Bronze titanium nitride coated
Sheath Plate:
Black Zytel
Stainless steel posts and saddle clips
Carabiner and swivel nylon strap
6.375" long
1.375" wide

Limited factory warranty

For warranty issues, contact Columbia River Knife & Tool at 800-891-3100 or info@crkt.com

Plain Drop Point Fixed Blade Hawg 2 Knife -
Mike Franklin has been a full time knifemaker since 1973. His first CRKT design was the Serengeti Hunter which is a three knife folder, the main blade and then a separate skeletonized knife that attaches to each side of the handle. His CRKT Side Hawg family of knives is equally surprising. They are a group of minimal and functional single side knives of high 420J2 stainless steel at 54-56 Rc. with Zytel sheath plates and carabineer lanyard.

These new Side Hawgs are a little different than the original in that they have a textured Zytel scales instead of a bare skeletonized handle and have a much sleeker look. Each knife has a 2-3/8" drop point blade and measures 5-1/2" tip to butt. Available in a Bronze Titanium Nitride coated finish. The sheath plate is a single flat lightweight piece of Zytel with a stainless steel post and saddle clip. The knife is held securely by placing its locator hole over the post, then rotating the knife down into the saddle clip. The precise fit of the flat-ground side, plus security ridge seal the cutting edge to the frame. It can be carried  as a neck knife, flat in you pocket or attached by the included carabineer with swiveling nylon strap to D-rings or belt loops.

Drop Point Blade -
This blade has a gentle, sloping convex curve to the point versus the concave curve of the clip blade. Being thicker, this blade point is stronger for heavier tasks. It stands up to abuse well, but isn't as effective for easy penetration.

420J2 -
420J2 is a low carbon stainless steel and also the lowest grade of cutlery class stainless steel that is available. It is quite tough and resistant to corrosion. It has low wear resistance and edge holding ability making it a poor choice for a blade steel.

Zytel -
A glass filled nylon material used in making handles for knives. DuPont trademark.