Voyager XLg Tanto 50/50 Edge
Voyager Knife - X-Large Tanto Half Serrated Edge
Manufacture ID: 29TXTH
The thick extra wide blades are made from Japanese AUS 8A steel and meticulously ground to a thin edge for maximum shearing potential. This thin edge also allows us to hone each blade to astounding sharpness. And because of the high carbon content of the steel and their near perfect heat treatment you'll find this sharpness last a surprisingly long time.
The Voyager Series also offers all the other latest refinements in lock-back construction including lightning quick one-handed opening state of the art mechanical fasteners massively oversized pivot pins that are fully adjustable and properly hardened and dual stainless steel pocket clips for ambidextrous carry and deployment.
The Grivory handles feature 6061 heat treated aluminum liners for the utmost in strength and stiffness and are ergonomically designed to afford a wide array of grip options including the palm reinforced forward grip for which they are particularly well suited.
Grivory is unparalleled as a handle material as it is considerably stronger than Zytel and when deeply textured offers a terrific non-slip grip. As an added bonus it's impervious to moisture and won't crack warp or shrink and remains remarkably resistant to abrasion or discoloration.
As tools these lightweight super sharp knives are appropriate in almost any environment from hunting and camping to hiking and general utility chores. They can also readily fill specialty functions such as a boat or river knife chute knife or police/military and survival/rescue applications.
- Blade Length: 5 1/2"
- Blade Thickness: 4 mm
- Overall Length: 12 1/4"
- Steel: Japanese AUS 8A Stainless w/ Stone Wash Finish
- Weight: 7.7 oz (Approx)
- Handle: 6 3/4" Long Grivory
- Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket / Belt Clip
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