Civilware Striker II Utility Knife

As it turns out, files are great sources of high carbon steel. Which is why the Civilware Striker II Utility Knife is crafted from one. First, the file goes through an annealing process to remove the brittleness, and is then hand ground to shape in California, resulting in a versatile 3.75" blade with a unique patina that holds an edge well and sharpens easily. It's paired with a 4" Micarta composite handle and an included leather sheath that works whether you're a lefty or a righty.

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