Camillus Knives SK Mountain Survival Knife

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posted on December 10, 2012
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12/10/2012

Camillus Knives has partnered with “Survivorman” host Les Stroud to produce a survival utility knife for the outdoors called the SK Mountain.

The SK Mountain knife features a 4 3/4-inch blade with a 15/16-inch wide profile made of 440 stainless steel. It has a 3 3/4-inch cutting surface with 1-inch section of saw teeth. The handle is constructed of glass-filled polypropylene with black and lime green thermoplastic rubber inserts for grip and durability. It also has a lanyard loop and the steel pommel is checkered for a non-slip surface for use as a hammer in camp.

The sheath is made of hard ballistic nylon with an automatic lock for retention. The sheath also has a signal mirror, integral sharpener, miniature LED flashlight, signal whistle and a storage compartment for small items such as matches or fish hooks, and 10-feet of nylon cord wrapped behind the mirror and sharpener.

Knife Specifications:
10-inches overall
4 3/4-inch Carbon Titanium bonded 440 Steel blade
5 1/4-inch Polypropylene handle with TPR rubber inserts and checkered-steel pommel
9 ounce weight

Sheath Specifications:
7 ounce weight
Hard Ballistic Nylon with locking feature
Signal mirror
Fire starter
LED flashlight
Whistle
Survival tips
Nylon cord
Additional miscellaneous item storage
MSRP: $49.99

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