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5.11 Tactical® Wharn Surge Fixed Knife

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5.11 Tactical® Wharn Surge Knife. Fixed blade utility and self - defense!

All-around usefulness for daily cutting chores and beyond! 5.11 Tactical®'s Wharn Surge is a tough companion, equally suited for zipping through your job list or providing a quick response to dangerous situations. Wharncliffe blade shape is superior for slicing, making cuts with even the tip. Sharpens easily, too. Designed by famed craftsman Mike Vellekamp.

Trust your Blade:
  • 4 mm thick AUS 8 stainless steel 4 1/4" fixed Wharncliffe blade
  • Gray PVD coating resists corrosion
  • Extended full tang with lanyard hole for pressure point manipulation
  • Textured black G10 scales for a confident grip
  • Deep Choil with jimping for enhanced blade control
  • Injection molded sheath on a web platform compatible with MOLLE-LOKTM system
  • Measures 8 3/4" overall.

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