Mike Irie TFK Tactical Field Knife Black Canvas Micarta Satin S30V Fixed Blade 4283
Mike Irie's custom TFK or Tactical Field Knife is a lesson in badassery. This is a fixed blade tactical knife built to handle whatever you might find in your way. With an aggressive demeanor and killer good looks, the TFK will get you where you need to go. This version comes with a hand rubbed satin, S30V blade and Black Canvas Micarta handles.
Brand new, direct from Mike Irie, USA.
Blade: Executed with a powerfully hollow ground, modified spear point straight this blade delivers exceptional slicing performance with a big bellied recurve giving forward weight chopping power as well. The entire upper swedge has been sharpened as well so nearly 75% of the spine can be used on any back up cutting tasks that may arise. This also enhances piercing capabilities exponentially. A thumb ramp with 3/4 of an inch of aggressive jimping aids in control during heavy use and pairs with an integral index guard for a safe and secure grip. American CPM-S30V will handle hard work hard with balanced performance and be relatively easy to re-sharpen in the field. Outfitted with Mike's hand rubbed satin finish for a striking look.
Handle: Rugged Black Canvas Micarta is contoured to create a flawless handle that is secure and comfortably ergonomic. While the polished finish does not offer much in the way of traction the thick, contoured slabs offer the ultimate comfort and a solid grip in any condition. Three stainless steel tubes attach the scales and offer multiple options for lashing or lanyard attachment.
Carries via a custom Kydex sheath with belt loop and carbon fiber textured front.
CPM-S30V: A powdered stainless steel with high levels of edge retention and corrosion resistance S30V was developed specifically for use in knife blades. The powdered process gives it a very refined grain, improving the sharpness and toughness. S30V is a great, all around steel with high levels of performance.
|Sheath Weight||4.90 oz.|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|