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This Crawford-designed tactical knife with a tanto blade is ready for burly duties. Just draw it from the sturdy sheath in a snap and feel its lightweight construction thanks to holes in the frame. Your heavy-duty on-mission tasks have been warned.
- Lightweight Fixed Blade Neck Knife
- Quick Release Lanyard
- Gear Compatible Sheath w/J-Hook Clip
|Blade Length||2.27" (57.66 mm)|
|Blade Steel||8Cr13MoV, 56-58 HRC|
|Blade Finish||Bead Blast|
|Blade Thickness||0.11" (2.79 mm)|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Material||Glass-Reinforced Nylon/ J-Hook, MOLLE Compatible|
|Overall Length||5.75" (146.05 mm)|
Don’t let its size fool you. This Crawford-designed tactical knife with a tanto blade is ready for burly duties. Just draw it from the sturdy sheath in a snap and feel its lightweight construction, thanks to holes in the frame. Your heavy-duty on-mission tasks have been warned.
With its small concealable tanto-blade, the Drumfire™, from designers Pat & Wes Crawford of West Memphis, Arkansas, makes an ideal defense tool that’s also ready to do battle with all types of general cutting jobs. And it’s crafted from thick steel so that it can handle the beefy projects of larger knives. It all perfectly resonates with the kind of blade the Crawfords had been hoping to build for quite some time, a small design with a big-knife feel.
While it can handle some pretty heavy jobs, it has holes in the handle that make it incredibly lightweight. It also comes equipped with a quick release for safety, if you happen to get wrapped up while it’s hanging around your neck from a lanyard—a welcoming thought when you’re in the line of duty.
When you want big blade power in a compact knife, reach for the Drumfire™. Your heavy-duty tasks have been warned.
West Memphis, Arkansas
The Crawfords know what it’s like to combine old world traditions with new features. Pat, a Knifemakers’ Guild member since 1973, has been a pioneer in the combat folder genre, and was one of the first to use titanium and skeletonize his frames and handles. Wes, his son, has helped integrate exotic field materials including wood, ivory, and stag horn, into their offerings. They’re famous for the CRKT® Triumph N.E.C.K.™— and for pushing each other.