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BEAR CLAW™ SHARP TIP WITH TRIPLE POINT™ SERRATIONS
- Triple Point™ Serrations
- Molded Handle w/Palm Swell for Grip
- Positive Locking System Secures Knife in Sheath
|Blade Length||2.38" (60.33 mm)|
|Blade Edge||Triple Point Serrations™|
|Blade Steel||AUS 4|
|Blade Finish||Bead Blast|
|Blade Thickness||0.13" (3.30 mm)|
|Overall Length||5.75" (146.05 mm)|
|Weight||3.20 oz. (90.72 g)|
|Handle||Glass Reinforced Nylon|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Weight||1.10 oz. (31.18g)|
As a result, Russ and CRKT® teamed up to make the production Bear Claw, a cutting machine that, thanks to the generous size finger hole, acts just like an extension of your hand. It is the perfect emergency cutting tool for anyone who needs to quickly cut rope, webbing or netting, especially if their life is going to depend on it.
The Bear Claw 2515 features a blade that is full Triple-Point™ Serrated with a pointed tip. Blades are full-tang, taper-ground AUS 4 stainless steel with a fine bead-blast finish. Friction grooves are placed on the blade spine, choil and near the tip for maximum blade control and safety. The contoured glass filled nylon handle fills the hand neatly. The Bear Claw weighs in at a lightweight but stout 3.2 oz. (The tear-drop-tip model is a bit heavier.)
We developed one of our CRKT® trademark high-tech sheaths for the Bear Claw that's only 1.1 oz. of tough, durable, injection-molded glass filled nylon. It allows efficient quick release of the knife—just thumb push against the sheath to release smoothly and quietly—or give a sharp pull.
It features molded-in threaded fittings for attachment of the wide black stainless steel pocket clip at either end, using the Torx® tool and screws provided. The sheath also has a total of seven lanyard holes and belting slots to permit a variety of carry positions, and a lanyard is provided.
Fargo, North Dakota
To say Russ is an outdoorsman is a bit of an understatement. A professional fishing and hunting guide, he started making knives when one of his clients brought him a custom knife and dressed an entire moose—without sharpening it. Since then he’s made it his duty to build the kind of tools only he would use. It just so happens his Bear Claw’s™, and Hoist’N Lok®, are the kinds other hunters use as well.