Cold Steel 3V Magnum Tanto II knife 13QMBII
Our classic San Mai III® fixed blades have been a Cold Steel staple for decades. Coveted by Martial Artists and knife collectors alike, they are much in demand, but these high-end luxury fixed blades are only produced in exclusive limited edition runs each year.
Therefore, we are proud to introduce our new Nightfall Series of Japanese styled blades made from American CPM 3-V high performance powdered steel - with the same design and attention to detail as our much loved San Mai classics but with the addition of this premium American super steel, we're excited to usher in a new era of high performance fixed blades for the discerning knife owner.
Each of these tough, reliable blades is DLC (diamond like) coated to a rich inky black finish. Highly scratch and wear resistant, and honed to an edge that you would expect on the keenest of razor blades, they are not only super sharp, but built to last!
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Cold Steel was founded in 1980. The company is dedicated to making the strongest and sharpest knives in the world. Over the last three decades, Cold Steel has been at the forefront of the many innovations that have helped to define the knife industry as a whole. New ground was broken with the introduction of new steel blades, like the San Mai III®, and the Tri-Ad™ locking mechanism for folding knives. Cold Steel will always look to the future, constantly striving to make the world's strongest, sharpest knives. New ground was broken with the introduction of unique new blade steels like San Mai III® and Tri-Ad™ Lock locking mechanism for folding knives. Cold Steel will always look to the future, constantly striving to make the world's strongest, sharpest knives.
Lamnia's speciality is a selection of more than 5000 knives and folding knives. We carry hundreds of scandinavian knives, the famous Finnish Puukko knives among them; folding knives, hunting knives and kitchen cutlery from the world's best brands such as Spyderco, Cold Steel, Roselli, Fox Cutlery and Marttiini.