TOPS Knives Tex Creek 69 Fixed (4.19 Inch 1095HC Coyote Tan Drop Point Plain Blade) Tan RMT Micarta Handle + Leather Sheath TEX-69

  • Overall Length: 9.00 in.
  • Blade Length: 4.19 in.
  • Cutting Edge Length: 4.19 in.
  • Blade Thickness: 0.19 in.
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  • Blade Material: 1095HC
  • Blade Hardness: 56-58 HRC
  • Blade Style: Hunters Point
  • Blade Grind: Flat Ground
  • Blade Finish: Coyote Tan Powder Coat
  • Edge Type: PlainEdge
  • Handle Length: 4.75 in.
  • Handle Thickness:
  • Handle Material: Rocky Mountain Bullseye Tread Micarta
  • Handle Color: Coyote Tan
  • Weight: 7.40 oz.
  • Sheath: Embossed Brown Leather Sheath
  • Knife Type: Fixed Blade
  • Brand: TOPS Knives
  • Designer: Leo Espinoza
  • Model: Tex Creek 69
  • Model Number: TEX-69
  • Country of Origin: USA
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    Tex Creek is a 34,000 acre wildlife management area which includes two national forests (Tex Creek is unit number 69 on the Idaho Fish and Game hunting maps). It is home to an abundance of diverse wildlife and is accessible starting about 10 miles from the TOPS facility. Open range, high rugged mountains, waterways and large forests provide the hunter and fisherman a variety of terrain to acquire elk, bear, mountain lion, wolf, moose, mule deer, pheasant, turkey, quail, rabbit, duck, goose, steelhead and salmon.

    It's a great example of a high-quality, good-looking, work knife. It has a coyote tan powder coat and comes with a quality brown leather sheath. The handles are designed and built for a comfortable grip even after extended periods of use, and with the Rocky Mountain Bull's-eye handle scales, you'll have a solid purchase too. This is only TOPS's second knife model to be offered with this grip pattern.

    TOPS VP, Leo Espinoza, originally designed this knife for himself. It was going to be his hunting knife for the season. It ended up being such a great design that they had to turn it into a production model. The Tex Creek 69, therefore, is a tribute to the men and women who hunt and fish in the Tex Creek area of Southeast Idaho.