This knife is a true classic. It is characterised by its straight lines and practicality, attributes that have been highly appreciated in agriculture over time. This is also the area its name came from: the emergency butcher. Today, this knife with its classic design takes the collector onto a journey into the past, just as it has established itself as a utility knife in today's everyday life. The handle is made of sapele wood, which belongs to the most popular knife handle wood, because of its great hardness and its appealing colour. The unlocking mechanism for the pocket knife is located at the end of the handle. When pressing the lever, the blade unlocks and can then be folded in. The ends, tang, lever and rivets of the emergency butcher knife are made of brass and give it a harmonious look. The blade is available in a stainless or carbon steel option. Anyone looking for a utility knife would choose carbon steel for its longer durability and edge-holding capacity, as well as its ease of re-sharpening. The non-corrosive/stainless steel is more resistant to moisture and does not leave any residual metal taste.
|Blade steel:||carbon steel C75, stainless steel 1.4034|
|Total length:||220 mm|
|Blade length:||95 mm|
|Handle length:||125 mm|
|Blade shape:||Normal form|
|Blade thickness:||3,0 mm|
|Spring material:||Stainless steel 1.4034|