Enrique Pena Custom Trapper Top Flipper Bolstered Crosscut Mexican Blanket G-Carta
Enrique Pena is known for his remarkable fit, finish and function as well as the blending of traditional and tactical in his designs. This Pena Custom Trapper Front Flipper is no exception. The hand rubbed satin finished CPM-154 blade is razor sharp, perfectly centered and super smooth with a modern, titanium liner construction. The handles call back to the old time slip joints but are made with handsome and rugged Mexican Blanket Crosscut G-Carta covers, black Canvas Micarta bolsters and white liners.
Brand new directly from Enrique Pena, USA.
Blade: Following the pattern of a classic Trapper, this knife has a clip point blade with a modern front flipper tab for deployment. Made from premium, American CPM-154 stainless with a hand-rubbed, horizontal satin finish the blade is equipped with a shallow hollow grind and has a razor edge. It rides on caged stainless bearings for a smooth operation and has a well dialed in detent which for decisive deployment.
Handle: Modern and clean in form and function, the frame of the handle is formed by two thick satin finished titanium liners. These liners also form the liner locking mechanism which provides solid, secure lock up with smooth operation. Giving the Trapper a timeless yet striking look the scales are made from crosscut Mexican Blanket G-Carta with black canvas Micarta bolsters offset with white liner material. The knife is finished off with satin titanium hardware, crosscut brown canvas Micarta back spacer and a brushed stainless steel shield on the front.
Includes a Pena stitched zipper pouch.
CPM-154: CPM-154 is a particle metallurgy version of 154CM that benefits from the refinement in the PM process providing it with an increase in toughness and easy of finishing. CPM-154 takes a very fine edge and is highly corrosion resistant. Edge retention is going to be on-par with CPM S30V while being easier to resharpen. A great all-around blade steel.
|Opening Mechanism||Top Flipper|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|