New from Sarge Knives is the SK-934, also known as the Tom Kreger Carolina Field Knife. Among the crowded field of fixed blade knives for outdoor duty, this one stands out for the little extras that come with it, along with an outstanding price point. That’s why it’s a BLADE featured knife.
That’s a bone handle for starters, polished off with red liner and brass fasteners. It adds up to a handsome look and feel.
The steel on the 3.5-inch, mirror polish blade is 440C stainless. The drop point offers plenty of room for the thumb along the spine. This increased control is important when the job gets demanding.
When paired with the handle, the overall length of the Tom Kreger Carolina Field Knife is 7.5 inches.
As a finishing touch, Sarge Knives is offering a black leather sheath with each Tom Kreger Carolina Field Knife. That’s real leather, not the plastic stuff that sometimes gets passed off as such.
Here’s the best part. The price point clocks in at only $59.95. That’s one heck of a deal.
To recap, here are the specs again:
- SK-934, Tom Kreger Carolina Field Knife
- Handle: White Bone with Red Liner and Brass Fasteners
- Blade: 3 ½”
- Overall: 7 ½”
- Finish: Mirror Polish
- Steel: 440C Stainless
- Includes: Black Leather Sheath
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