Schrade SCH112 Shasta McNasty Karambit Fixed (5.21 Inch Double-Edge Hawkbill Plain Blade) Black Textured TPR Handle and Sheath
SCH112: Schrade Shasta Mc’Nasty Dual-Edge Full Tang Karambit
The Schrade SCH112 Shasta Mc'Nasty Full Tang Fixed Blade Knife is a functional and versatile self-defense knife. Joshua Waggoner designed this knife for rapid deployment. The 5.21 Inch full tang modified hawkbill blade has a sickle like curve and dual-edges which make it a devastating thrusting and ripping weapon. The blade is titanium coated and culminates in a large classic finger ring hole for which enables multiple handling techniques and easy manueverability. The textured TPR (Thermoplastic Elastomer) handle is comfortable and grippy even in wet conditions. A thermoplastic sheath is Included with the SCH112 Shasta McNasty.
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Schrade Cutlery - SCH112 Specifications:
- Overall Length:8.39 in. (21.31 cm)
- Blade Length:5.21 in. (13.23 cm)
- Cutting Edge:5.21 in. (13.23 cm)
- Blade Thickness:0.135 in.
- Blade Material:8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel
- Blade Style:Double-Edge Hawkbill Sickle
- Blade Grind:Hollow Ground
- Blade Finish:Gray Titanium
- Edge Type:Dual PlainEdge
- Handle Length:4.45 in. (11.3 cm)
- Handle Material:Textured TPR with Finger Ring Pommel
- Handle Thickness:0.70 in.
- Handle Color:Black
- Weight:8.1 oz.
- Knife Type:Fixed Blade
- Carry Method:Thermoplastic Belt Sheath
- Designer:Joshua Waggoner
- Model Number:SCH112
- Model:Shasta McNasty
- Made in China
With all that; there was a problem. I have XXXL hands.They overhang the tiny Ricasso and land my pinky onto the very sharp blade. In a purpose laden interaction between individuals. It wouldn't be the most important issue of course. I do see it as a thing though. I gave the blade to my daughter. (She practices) Everything about the SM blade says great bargain for the money. I don't see adding an inch or so to be harmful on the handle. It's great yet I have to "choke" my grip. My middle finger has to go through the metal ring. It negates a useful tool. The grip can't be beat; but it's short for larger hands. Otherwise for a super-sized karambit; it's great. Everything else being the way it is. I would give it a five (5) for the money. But for the non big hands handle. I'll give it a four (4). Where you would be if you had another inch!!! MAN!!!
Oso was exceptional on service, and shipping was right on time. I most definitely recommend the knife and the company. Bravo!
--Ben D. - Travelers Rest, SC
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