3.275" Plain Modified Spear-Point Blade Voodoo Folding Knife Bead-Blast Finsh Aluminum Handle Warranty

Columbia River Knife & Tool
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Specifications and features:
3.275" plain modified spear point blade
0.10" thick
154 CM stainless steel, 58-60 HRC
Non reflecitve light bead blast finish
4.56" closed
7.63" open
Open build
Aluminum framed locking liner
Tailwind speed assisted opening
False top edge
2 410 stainless steel liners, one locking
6061 aluminum scaled handle
Black Santoprene textured grip inserts
Torx fasteners
Teflon bearings at blade pivot
Dual thumb studs
Hard anodized gray
Removable, reversible pocket and gear clip
Made in the USA
Limited factory warranty

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

Plain Modified Spear Point Blade Voodoo Folding Knife -
Designed by renowned custom knifemakers Pat & Wes Crawford of West Memphis, Arkansas, the Voodoo is an open build aluminum framed locking liner folder with assisted opening. It features a unique symmetrical design, drilled to reduce weight.

The Voodoo's blade is premium 154 CM stainless steel, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-60. The blade is a modified spear point, hollow ground with a false top edge to aid penetration, while the blade spine keeps its full thickness for two thirds of its length for strength. Blade finish is a non reflective light bead blast. Four lightening holes in the blade also add a decorative touch. The handle uses CRKT's exceptionally rigid and strong InterFrame construction, with two 410 stainless steel liners, one locking, and scales of 6061 aluminum, hard anodized Gray. To aid grip, the handle features inlaid and textured strip inserts of black Santoprene on both sides of the knife. Premium Torx fasteners are used thr oughout.

The Voodoo comes with a removable pocket and gear clip is made of 410 stainless steel in a light bead blast finish. The symmetrical clip can be reversed thanks to tapped holes on both sides of the knife.

Spear Point Blade -
The classic stabbing blade is the spear point which can have two edges sharpened or only one with a false edge on the spine. The spear point usually has both edges taper equally to a point that is exactly in the center of the blade but sometimes has different profiles for the spine and edge.