MCusta 183 Sengoku Busho Ieyasu Red Pakkawood VG-10 Liner Lock Folder
Named after the 16th century Japanese historical figure Ieyasu Tokugawa, who was first Shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate, the 183 Sengoku Busho sports handsome Red Pakkawood handles engraved with his family crest and the words "BUSHIDO -Tokugawa-". Flowing wave milling in the Pakkawood scales provide a non-slip handle and a classy look with a blue anodized pivot pin accent and high performance Japanese VG-10 blade in a fine satin finish.
Brand new, direct from Mcusta Knives, Japan.
Blade: The VG-10 stainless steel blade opens smoothly on Mcusta's special oiled washer system via the 'rising sun' style blade hole. The nearly full length swedge and shallow hollow grind offer powerful piercing and slicing performance while maintaining good durability on this utilitarian drop point blade. Finished with a classy, high performance satin finish the Sengoku Busho is a perfect choice for dress carry.
Handle: Robust steel liners support handsome Red Pakkawood handle scales that are milled for added traction. Offering security in multiple grips the clean, tapered design is ergonomic for use with a deep finger groove for added safety. The stainless liner lock mechanism is strong, intuitive and reliable for use. A hollow pin is provided for lanyard attachment.
Carries via a snap closure nylon belt pouch. No Clip.
Japanese VG10: VG-10 is a high-carbon stainless steel that takes a very good edge and holds it well. Popular with Japanese kitchen knife makers it is often hardened to 60-61 HRC. A popular choice for small pocket knives thanks to good edge holding and stain resistance VG10 works well with a high polished, acute edge for optimal slicing performance.
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