Cold Steel SRK aus-8 version Knife Review





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The Cold Steel SRK is simple and solid. The sheath is secure and is perfect for modifiying. Watch me put it through some tests.

SAR (Search and Rescue) Operations personnel require specialized tools to perform their tasks. The gear they use takes the most abuse, and none more than their knife. That's why the Cold Steel SRK (Survival Rescue Knife) is standard issue to Navy Seals-it can take the punishment. The blade is AUS-8A stainless steel finished in a flat black teflon coating. The clip point is "prybar" strong and fine enough for delicate work. There's plenty of belly for cutting, chopping and skinning. Boasting a thickness of 3/16 of an inch, the SRK offers the ultimate in comfort and safety, which it's rubbery kraton handle that absorbs vibrations made while chopping and batoning. The secure-ex sheaths locks the knife into place and is ambidextrous and molle compatible.

Overall Length: 10 3/4"
Blade Length: 6"
Blade Thickness: 3/16"
Blade Material: Japanese AUS-8A with Teflon finish
Handle Length: 4 3/4" kraton
Knife Weight: 8.2 oz
Sheath: Secure-Ex


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