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CRKT Crawford Triumph N.E.C.K. Fixed 2.75" Plain Tanto Black EDP Coated 2CR13 Steel Blade Paracord Wrapped Handle with Kydex Sheath 2030CW

Columbia River Knife & Tool
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In this day and age it is more important than ever to be prepared to defend yourself or at the very least be prepared to survive. With Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) you will always have the right blade on hand to accomplish what ever the task. Make short work out branches building a lean-to shelter, gut your catch, chop wood, cut cord, or defend against 2 and 4 legged miscreants alike all with CRKT. Take CRKT along with you on your daily adventures you owe it to yourself to be prepared.

Every professional operator knows about those situations when their primary weapon cannot be used, whether due to surprise attack, proximity of bystanders, equipment malfunction or lack of ammunition. Pat Crawford designed the Triumph N.E.C.K. (No-nonsense Emergency Compact Knife) for just those occasions.

The Triumph N.E.C.K. Cord Wrapped model is based on the same beefy .14" thick blade used on the Triumph Folder. In this case it is a full-tang skeletonized design, with recurved dual-grind Tanto to aid cutting and a false top edge grind for penetrating power. We offer two different knife/carry systems.

Specifications and Features:
Open Overall Length: 6.5"
Weight: 3.4 ounces
Blade Length: 2.75"
Thickness: .138"
Material: 2CR13
Blade-HRC: 51-53
Finish: Black EDP
Grind: Hollow
Style: Recurved Tanto
Edge: Plain
Handle Material: 2CR13 with Nylon Paracord
Carry System: Multi Position Kydex Sheath/Biotac
Weight: 2.5 oz (With Clip)


Item#: 2-CRK2030CW
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"Overall, the knife was nice, but I was looking for a knife to wear around my neck. This isn't it. I had the knife on for about 2 hours and it fell out of the sheath four times. All I was doing was standing when it fell out. Wasn't like I was hiking or chopping wood. Other than the sheath, it's a great knife!"