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Chris Reeve Pacific tactical knife

Lamnia

Description

Continuing the proud tradition of Chris Reeve Knives honoring elite military, the Reeve/Harsey collaboration - the Pacific - is the civilian version of a knife created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of 1st Special Forces Group. Based in Ft. Lewis, WA, 1st Group's theatre of operations is Asia and the Pacific, so the name Pacific has been chosen to honor the home and work place of these fine soldiers.

Double row of serrations, on both sides of the blade, provides extremely aggressive cutting of fibrous material.

Glass breaker at the back of the handle is convenient and effective in an emergency.

Grooves in the micarta, mirrored on the tang, give extra grip, especially for gloved hands.

Specifications

Blade

CPM S35VN

Blade hardness

HRC 55-57

Blade coating / finish

KG Gun-Kote

Serration

Partial

Handle

Micarta

Sheath

Cordura

Weight:

11.676 oz

Overall length:

11.5″

Blade length:

5.98″

Blade thickness:

0.22″

Country of origin:

USA

Other features

Lanyard hole, Lanyard, Full-Tang blade, Window breaker

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Item #:

CRKPAC-1001
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Total EUR:

€304.84

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Manufacturer

Chris Reeve Knives started in 1984 from a single garage attached to a house where Chris was living. The former motorcycle racer channeled his enthusiasm into knifemaking. He worked extremely hard by himself to put as much as possible into every one of his knives and run an independent business. He designed every model with a deliberate approach, taking into account how the knife works and the intended purpose of the knife. Chris Reeve Knives received the ”Manufacturing Quality Award” for twelve consecutive years, from 2001 to 2012, following it up with multiple products receiving ”Knife of the Year” awards.

Chris Reeve Pacific tactical knife

Lamnia


$356.66 incl. VAT 0%

Manufacturer:

Item:

Pacific

Item #:

CRKPAC-1001
Availability:
In stock
Add to cart!
Add to wishlist
Compare

SHIPPING ESTIMATE

Delivery method:

TOTAL PRICE

Price:

$356.66

Shipping:

$0.00

Total USD:

$356.66*

Total EUR:

€304.84

* We charge you in Euro. Your bank will make a currency conversion, using one's own exchange rate. The final amount you pay might be different from the estimate shown above.

Why order from us?

FREE shipping
Speedy dispatch
Customer care
Secure shopping
Return right

Description

Continuing the proud tradition of Chris Reeve Knives honoring elite military, the Reeve/Harsey collaboration - the Pacific - is the civilian version of a knife created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of 1st Special Forces Group. Based in Ft. Lewis, WA, 1st Group's theatre of operations is Asia and the Pacific, so the name Pacific has been chosen to honor the home and work place of these fine soldiers.

Double row of serrations, on both sides of the blade, provides extremely aggressive cutting of fibrous material.

Glass breaker at the back of the handle is convenient and effective in an emergency.

Grooves in the micarta, mirrored on the tang, give extra grip, especially for gloved hands.

Specifications

Blade

CPM S35VN

Blade hardness

HRC 55-57

Blade coating / finish

KG Gun-Kote

Serration

Partial

Handle

Micarta

Sheath

Cordura

Weight:

11.676 oz

Overall length:

11.5″

Blade length:

5.98″

Blade thickness:

0.22″

Country of origin:

USA

Other features

Lanyard hole, Lanyard, Full-Tang blade, Window breaker

Categories

Manufacturer

Chris Reeve Knives started in 1984 from a single garage attached to a house where Chris was living. The former motorcycle racer channeled his enthusiasm into knifemaking. He worked extremely hard by himself to put as much as possible into every one of his knives and run an independent business. He designed every model with a deliberate approach, taking into account how the knife works and the intended purpose of the knife. Chris Reeve Knives received the ”Manufacturing Quality Award” for twelve consecutive years, from 2001 to 2012, following it up with multiple products receiving ”Knife of the Year” awards.