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Steel Tiger Knife

By: Cold Steel

Steel Tiger Knife
Cold Steel

Indonesian Karambit

The Steel Tiger is a thoroughly modern tactical interpretation of the Indonesian Karambit. A design collaboration between Lynn C. Thompson and the late custom knife maker Steven Likarich, the Steel Tiger was designed to possess all the best features of this iconic hooked blade and to integrate them seamlessly with modern materials and styling. The Steel Tiger’s deeply curved and needle sharp AUS 8A stainless steel blade is vacuum heat-treated and sub-zero quenched, taper ground and given a stone wash finish for maximum strength, cutting power, edge retention and performance. The durable Griv-Ex core handle fully encapsulates the tang, emerging to create the bolster, thumb-shelf and distinctive finger ring. This core is then injection over-molded with premium Kray-Ex™, creating a superb, non-slip grip that won’t let you down even in when your hands are cold or wet. For safety and convenience the Steel Tiger comes with a Military style Secure-Ex® sheath that you can lash to your gear or retain on your person via the removable boot/belt clip.

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Specifications

  • Product Code: 6578
  • SKU: 49KST
  • Brand: Cold Steel
  • Blade Finish: Stonewashed
  • Blade Length: 4 3/4"
  • Blade Material: Japanese Aus 8A Stainless
  • Full Length: 8 3/4"
  • Handle Length: 5"
  • Sheath: Secure-Ex
  • Weight: 5 oz

  • *Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.

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"Very very scary fine needle sharp tip and sharp edge, one shouldn't spin it without doing a lot of practice with the available practice karambit, or by leaving the scabbard on the knife. Spinning is mostly for show and it is very dangerous as one can easily have the tip of the karambit cut one's wrist with a bad spin. Actually karambits where first used as an agricultural tool and it might even be useful for gardening, cutting rope or opening boxes but it looks a bit too scary for a daily carry knife." - (5/5)






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