Columbia River P.E.C.K. Knife


Weight 0.9 oz
Open Overall Length 4.25 in
Closed Length 2.625 in

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Delilah s CRKT P.E.C.K.- (or Precision Engineered Compact Knife) is Ed s baby, weighing less than 1 oz. and only 2.625 inches long when closed. Just think of it as a sweet little K.I.S.S. When open, the graceful 1.75 Razor-Sharp Wharncliffe blade is a high-performance cutting tool suited for hundreds of daily tasks. The design of the K.I.S.S. series pocket/money clip permits them to be used in a variety of ways: clipped to the pocket; as a money clip knife; and with split-ring or lanyard, as a key chain knife. In the wake of the success of the K.I.S.S., a flock of imitators has appeared; none offers the simple elegance of Ed Halligan s original design, and none offers the value of CRKT quality manufacturing. In fact, the more Ed s design is imitated, the better it looks. Specifications and features:One-handed open/closeThumb stud1.75'' plain blade2.625'' handleBead-blast finish4.25'' overall length0.10'' blade thickness0.9 oz.420J2 stainless steel, 54-56 HRCIntegral FrameLock for a complete seal420J2 stainless steel pocket clipHalligan designLimited factory warranty

- Mountain Hideaway

Blade and frame are precision blanked of high carbon stainless steel and bead blast finished for a razor sharp edge. Use as a keychain or money clip. Blade Length: 1 7/8"", weighs less than 1oz.

- Vargo Outdoors

Columbia River P.E.C.K. Knife


The Columbia River P.E.C.K. Knife is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 20, 2012 at Mountain Hideaway.

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