Chris Reeve Professional Soldier neck knife$229.91 incl. VAT 0%
The central cutaway reduces weight and doubles as a shackle wrench, accomodating up to a 5/8th inch shackle.
The frame style knife fits snugly into a slim Kydex sheath so it is readily accessible, whether tucked into a cargo pocket or attached to a MOLLE vest.
A 36 inch nylon lanyard is threaded through holes in the handle and tied in such a way that the sound of the knife being laid on a hard surface will be muffled.
Blade coating / finish
Country of origin:
Lanyard hole, Lanyard, Full-Tang blade
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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.