Columbia River Kommer I.F.B. Carbon Steel Blade

Columbia River Kommer I.F.B. Carbon Steel Blade
Columbia River Kommer I.F.B. Carbon Steel Blade
Columbia River Knife and Tool has a great new Combat Fixed Blade. The IFB stands for “Integral Fixed Blade.” It feels like a single piece of steel – handle and blade. Their method of manufacture is outlined below and, as I understand it, is a sort of molding process. The result is a remarkable knife. It has a heavy-ish feel with a great hand orientation on the handle. Columbia River Knife and tool has gotten the hardness is pretty good at about 61. It is carbon steel, so the coating will help preserve the piece. The sheath seems adequate- covering the blade with the widened start of the handle snapping it pretty securely. See more about the sheath and knife below. You can get them at www.knifecenter.com
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