The CJRB Crag Is A Fairly-Priced Knife That Looks Great, Cuts Greats, And Is Absolutely Worth The Investment.
Lighter isn’t always better. As many makers produce more and more knives that are at or below two ounces in weight, a bigger, beefier folder can stand out and appeal to a different type of consumer. Enter the CJRB Crag.
This tactical folder looks cool and feels hefty in all the right ways at 6 ounces in weight. The 3.43-inch blade is flat ground and has a black PVD coating to help with corrosion resistance. It’s ready to rock and roll out of the box thanks to being treated to a 59-61 HRC. The cleaver-style blade is an excellent chopping tool. This knife was built to confidently chop and slice.
What makes it feel even more rugged than it is is the handle. The carbon fiber handle is incredibly light and allows for the weight to be allocated elsewhere in the construction.
What CJRB has done is create a knife that will stand up to intense use and done it to keep things affordable for the consumer. It’s a win/win all the way.
CJRB Crag Knife Specs
Overall Length: 8.15 inches
Blade Length: 3.43 inches
Blade Steel: AR-RPM9
Weight: 6 ounces
Handle Material: Carbon Fiber
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