ACQUISITION™ FOLDER
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ACQUISITION™ FOLDER

Designed by Pat & Wes Crawford in West Memphis, Arkansas
This is the one you’ll want by your side if mud, blood, and weather lie in your path.

Bring along the Acquisition™ tactical knife, and you’ll acquire much more than a dependable everyday carry. It’s covert enough to keep on your person when things get scrappy, and beefy enough to mow over backcountry business.
  • Tough Glass Reinforced Nylon Handles
  • Modified Drop Point Blade
  • Locking Liner Safety
$79.99
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
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Blade Length3.326" (84.48 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr14MoV, HRC 57-59
Blade FinishBlack Oxide
Blade Thickness0.15" (3.81 mm)
Closed Length4.855" (123.32 mm)
Weight6.1 oz
HandleGlass Reinforced Nylon
StyleFolding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length8.188" (207.98 mm)
This is the one you’ll want by your side if mud, blood, and weather lie in your path.

Bring along the Acquisition™ tactical knife, and you’ll acquire much more than a dependable everyday carry. It’s covert enough to keep on your person when things get scrappy, and beefy enough to mow over backcountry business.

Pat Crawford of West Memphis, Arkansas notoriously designs knives with self defense in mind, and this ominous-looking modified drop point blade is no exception. The handle design gives you maximum control and 3 inches plus of black powder coated steel is good for on mission or in the field.

Tough glass reinforced nylon handles help maintain a confident grip even when you’re elbow-deep in mud or blood while the locking liner safety secures the blade in its place through each burly job.
Pat & Wes Crawford

Pat & Wes Crawford

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.

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