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- Field Strip – Disassemble your knife for cleaning without tools
- High carbon stainless steel blade is easy to sharpen in the field and holds an edge well
- Black thermoplastic rubber handles provide exceptional grip in all conditions
|Blade Length||3.361" (85.37 mm)|
|Blade Steel||8Cr13MoV, 58-60 HRC|
|Blade Finish||Satin Finish|
|Blade Thickness||0.126" (3.2 mm)|
|Closed Length||5.174" (131.42 mm)|
|Handle||Black - Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR); Red - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
Don’t ask Designer Russ Kommer whether he’d rather be hunting or in his Fargo, North Dakota shop designing his next hunting knife—that’s one that’s too close to call. He’s at the top of his game across the board, and the Monashee™ hunting folder is proof. With a long, curved stainless steel blade between a tough, highly-ergonomic thermoplastic handle, it comes up big in the field in front of a felled trophy. An ambidextrous thumb stud sends it into action and a locking liner keeps it in place when you’re elbows deep. If it starts to slow down, Field Strip comes in strong to restore it back to working order.
Track down your next trophy with the Monashee™ by your side.
How Field Strip Works
Field Strip technology lets you easily disassemble your knife for cleaning without tools. To disassemble, close the knife, push the front release lever up. Then spin the rear release wheel clockwise—once you feel the handle release, pull it up and away. Handle and blade come apart easily. To bring the knife back together, place the blade and handle into the closed position—press and hold the pivot. Once the pivot is seated correctly, rotate the release wheel counter-clockwise until snug. Push front lever down. The knife is restored to full working order.
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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.