Clauss TigerSharp Bonded Blade Fixed Knife

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CLOSEOUTS . Clauss takes dull out of the equation with their Tiger Sharp straight edge hunting knife. Equipped with four replaceable stainless steel blades, you'll never have to worry about losing your edge in the field. Replaceable blades allow you to quickly switch to a fine edge when your current blade dulls Coated blades for longer edge life Rugged stainless steel blades Durable nylon handle with checked inlay for improved grip Nylon sheath with pocket for extra blades Blade: 3-3_4" Overall length: 8-1_4" Weight: 3.2 oz. Material: Blade: Stainless steel Handle: Nylon Sheath: Nylon Made in Taiwan. Please read our policy on ordering knives. Export restriction: cannot ship internationally. Available Colors: BLACK/GREY.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Clauss TigerSharp Titanium Bonded Blade fixed knife never needs to be sharpened. Simply remove the dull blade and replace it with a fresh Titanium Bonded blade. Titanium Bonded blades are 3 times harder than steel and stay sharper longer. Blade material and nylon handle resist corrosion and adhesives. Clauss TigerSharp Titanium Bonded Blade fixed knife comes with 2 smooth-edge blades; replacement blades (sold separately) come in packs of 4.


Clauss TigerSharp Bonded Blade Fixed Knife

previously retailed for:
$19.96 - $34.93

The Clauss TigerSharp Bonded Blade Fixed Knife is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 14, 2011 at Sierra Trading Post.

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