CRKT Acquisition Fixed Blade Survival Knife

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CRKT Acquisition Fixed Blade Survival Knife
Price: $21.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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Condition: New

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Country of Origin?

Ad my childhood friend used to say.

Three guesses and the first two don’t count.

China

Even with them telling you, here’s a couple clues:

  • The steel used, 8Cr13MoV, is a Chinese made budget stainless steel used for knives. It’s corrosion resistant, dulls easier than the more expensive knives, but sharpens easier than the more expensive knives.
  • The price - you’re not going to get American made with anything that low.

a proper solid handle would made this knife a decent buy but then they’d charge more

Kayak buddy of mine has one. He ditched the belt clip and uses it as a neck knife over his PFD.

As already stated, the steel is good for this price and you get a finger choil, jimping and a non-serrated blade. The positive lock on the sheath is quite strong, so you can crisscross paracord across the back of the sheath and hand it horizontal or upside down if you ditch the questionable belt clip.

The clip looks decent for what it is, a CCW knife. Its supposed to be worn inside the waistband, clipped to pants and slipped under a belt. The upturn is to give resistance against the belt when you draw the knife.