Cold Steel Leatherneck SF – Griv-Ex w/Sheath – Fixed Blade


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UPC: 7-05442-01228-3 SKU: CSK-39LSFD Categories: , Tags: , ,

Cold Steel Leatherneck (39LS) Fixed Blade w/Sheath …

The Cold Steel Leatherneck Series comprises of two distinct and iconic blade styles, both of which have proven to be exceptionally popular with our brothers and sisters in the armed forces: The Leatherneck-SF (for Semper-Fi) has a beautiful hand honed saber ground clip point blade, and the Leatherneck Tanto features the signature Cold SteelœAmerican Tanto blade with a stout reinforced tip for extra strength. Both are made from tough D2 Tool Steel with a non-reflective highly scratch resistant DLC (Diamond like Coating). To keep the users fingers from sliding forward onto their keen edge, the Leathernecks come with a solid steel double quillon guard. The handles are made of deeply checkered Kray-Ex or Griv-Ex that totally encompasses the Leathernecks extra wide, full tang. The Leatherneck’s handle is capped with a thick, machined steel butt cap (not cheap casting or plastic like some others on the market) so they can even double as a hammer in an emergency! To carry the Leatherneck knives safely and conveniently, each blade comes complete with a sturdy and versatile military style Secure-Ex sheath with fully detachable and ambidextrous belt loop.

Weight: 11.7 oz
Blade Thickness: 5 mm
Blade Length: 6 3/4″
Handle: 5″ Long. Griv-Exâ„¢ or Kray-Exâ„¢
Overall:11 3/4″
Steel: German D2 Steel w/ DLC Coating
Sheath: Secure-Ex® Sheath


Cold Steel Knives

Cold Steel, Incorporated was founded in 1980, a company dedicated to making the strongest, sharpest knives in the world. Cold Steel has been at the forefront of the many innovations. Progressive accomplishment, including the introduction of the checked Kraton® handles, and the tanto point blade styles have gone from curiously interesting features to industry-wide hallmarks of quality and sophistication.

Of course Cold Steel will always look to the future, constantly striving to make the world's strongest, sharpest knives. That goal has been the same for the past thirty years.