Category Archives: Survival knives

Torden

Dimensions: overall length 3021 mm, blade length 163 mm, blade thickness 5,3 mm.
Weight: 356 g, 802 g with sheath.
Bladee: Vanadis 4 Extra, hollow grind, CrN PVD coating.
Hardness: 60,1 +/- 0,6 HRC.
Handle: G10.
Bolsters: titanium.
Sheath: G10 with teflon over aluminium frame. Titanium locking mechanism, 304 stainless steel screws.

Great tactical knife with tough locking sheath.

 

Simir S

Dimensions: overall length 262 mm, blade length 122 mm (138 mm of cutting edge), blade thickness 4 mm.
Weight: 290 g, 435 g with sheath.
Bladee: bead blasted PM stainless steel Elmax, hollow grind.
Hardness: 60,3 +/- 0,6 HRC.
Handle: G10.
Bolsters: 304 stainless steel.
Sheath: 2,4 mm Kydex on aluminium frame, 304 steel hardware .

Grizzly

Dimensions: overall length 375 mm, blade length 217 mm (234 mm of cutting edge), blade thickness 5,75 mm.
Weight: 562 g, 808 g with sheath.
Bladee: polished PM stainless steel Elmax, hollow grind.
Hardness: 58,1 +/- 0,6 HRC.
Handle: desert ironwood.
Bolsters: Mirrax stainless steel (40 HRC).
Sheath: dyed, hand stiched cow hide.

Brigand

Dimensions: overall length 303 mm, blade length 167 mm, blade thickness 5,2mm.
Weight: 359 g, 579 g with sheath.
Bladee:bead blasted PM  steel Vanadis 4 Extra, with CrN PVD coating.
Hardness: 60,8 +/- 0,6 HRC.
Handle: macassar ebony.
Bolsters: 304 stainless steel.
Sheath: dyed, hand stiched cow hide.

Nandi

Big camping knife, my first knife with saw on the spine. Until now I was csceptical about sharp teeth in place where you may ocasionally press the blade with your palm. Although after testing the saw I must say that it doesn’t only look good, it also really nice bites the wood.
The name is after Nandi bear, a mythical (or maybe real) african predator.
Blade steel – 1.2695, handle – wenge wood, red fiber and stainless steel pins.
Overall length – 31 cm.
Blade length – 17,8 cm.
Thickness – 4,8 mm.