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What do you get when you cross a knife with an axe? The answer is the Razel™ Nax. It takes the chisel blade of the standard Razel™ and scales it up, adding a long, full-tang handle to transform it into a hybrid tool like no other. Now you can push cut, scrape, slice, and chop with a single blade.
- Forged Tough: 1075 carbon steel provides durability and edge retention
- Multi-Purpose Utility: Chisel blade useful for push cutting or scraping
- Strong and Visual: Resin infused fiber handle combines strength with visual appeal
- Gear Compatible: Durable Kydex sheath with mounting options
- Retention Factor: leather loop feature secures knife inside sheath
|Blade Length||4.29" (109.04 mm)|
|Blade Steel||1075 Carbon Steel|
|Blade Thickness||0.20" (4.98 mm)|
|Overall Length||11.00" (279.40 mm)|
|Weight||11.30 oz. (320.35 g)|
|Handle||Resin Infused Fiber|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Weight||2.20 oz. (62.37g)|
With its textured, black stonewash blade and weathered, resin-infused handle, the Nax carries a rugged elegance that resembles handmade stone tools of ages past. But, of course, it’s made with modern materials, like 1075 carbon steel for extreme durability and edge retention in a blade that can withstand extreme conditions.
While larger, the Razel™ Nax is still built for convenient carry and comes standard with a strong thermoplastic sheath that features multiple mounting options. From the farm to the forest, it’s a versatile tool you can rely on for all manner of tasks.
Jon Graham of Cleveland, Tennessee, was born to a father who had an appreciation for knives, and at a young age he was taught the importance of a good knife. "At the age of seven I got my first knife, and haven't been without one since." In the late '80s while stationed at Aviaono AB Italy, Jon discovered handmade knives in a magazine and knew that was something he wanted to do. After getting out of the Air Force and settling into a job, Jon started making kit knives on a table with basic tools in 1994. Tired of making other people's designs, in 1999 Jon asked his brother Josh to go in on some equipment and learn how to make knives by stock removal. He was hooked, and made strides to improve his designs and skills, building on his experience as a diesel technician. Graham Knives specialized in utility tactical designs with an emphasis on E.D.C. fixed blade pocket knives, but his favorite knife line is the custom Razel with dual edges, which the company makes in many sizes and styles. He is designer of the CRKT Razel and Folding Razel. Jon passed in 2022 and his legacy lives on in his unique and useful knife designs.