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2.875" Plain Blade Kommer Full Throttle Folding Knife Gold-Plated Detail Warranty

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Columbia River Knife & Tool
1080Q
794023108019
37073
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Specifications and features:
2.875" plain blade
4" handle
6.875" overall length open
0.118" blade thickness
AUS 8 stainless steel, 56-58 HRC
Satin finish
FrameLock
Polyurethane coated frame
Corrosion, abrasion, and impact resistant
Finger choil enhances grip
Gold plated fasteners, blade stop pin and thumb studs
Gold anodized 6061 T6 aluminum back spacer
Bronze and Teflon bearings
Adjustable blade pivot
Stainless steel pocket clip
Designed by Russ Kommer
4.5 ounces
Limited lifetime warranty

For warranty issues, contact 800-891-3100 or info@crkt.com

Plain Blade Kommer Full Throttle Folding Knife -
The CRKT Full Throttle knife, designed by Russ Kommer, features a 2.875 inch drop point blade made of AUS8 stainless steel, .118 inches thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 56-58. The blade has a high satin finish, with dual ramped gold plated thumb studs for ambidextrous one hand opening. The 1055 carbon steel handle, 4 inches closed, has a Gun Metal Blue Gun Kote finish, with gold plated, file worked T6 aluminum back spacer and a frame lock. A removable polished metal pocket clip is mounted at the pivot end.

AUS 8 -
A Japanese made medium carbon, high chromium stainless steel, which offers a good balance of toughness, edge sharpness and corrosion resistance.

Frame Lock -
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.
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