Hiroaki Ohta Knives OFF FK7 Ebony Wood Friction Folder 3989
The OFF FK7 P medium Friction Folder from Ohta Knives features true Japanese craftsmanship with some of the finest materials on the planet. Mr. Hiroaki Ohta combines pleasing aesthetics with proper functionality in a way seldom found in the realm of friction folding knives. This version of the FK7 has Ebony Wood handles and a satin finished D2 tool steel blade.
Brand new direct from Hiroaki Ohta.
Blade: You get every day functionality from this two-toned, reverse Tanto profile with strikingly beautiful satin finished hollow grinds contrasted by the raw, forge scale black on the flats and tang. The blade is crafted from D2 tool steel for a dependable razor-like cutting edge that holds with use. The blade tang extends about 3/4 of an inch out of the handle when closed and facilitates one-hand operation. Simply pull the lever toward the back of the handle to open. Once open, apply pressure with your thumb on the spine to hold the blade in the open position for use.
Handle: The ultralight construction comes from the polished Ebony Wood handles with a richly colored and strikingly contrasting grain. The handle is tapered toward the end for comfort and security in the grip. Ebony wood is dense, durable and resistant to the elements and is a prized hardwood for furniture and instrument making as well as knife handles. A hole is provided at the pommel end for lanyard attachment.
Carries via a black leather pocket slip pouch.
D2 Tool Steel: D2 is a cold work tool steel that has been used as a die cutting steel since WW II. D2 has a high chromium content for a tool steel (10-13%) which gives it greater corrosion resistance than most high carbon steels making it semi-stainless. D2 offers a good combination of toughness, corrosion resistance and wear resistance for a good all around knife steel.
|Country of Manufacture||Japan|