Columbia River Model 6773 Kasper Folder, Design by knife maker Pat Crawford and Bob Kasper. The Kasper Folder is built on strong interframe construction with double 420J2 stainless steel liners, one locking and 6061 T6 hard anodized aluminum back spacers. Lake and Walker Knife Safety lock on top for extra security. The handle is made out of black textured Zytel. Stout modified clip point blade made of AUS 6M stainless steel with double hollow ground and bead blast finish. Double thumb stud for ambidextrous use. Gray Teflon custom plated pocket clip.Specifications:
- AUS 6M stainless steel blade hardened to 55-57HRC Blade length: 3.87" Closed length: 5.37" Weight: 7.4 oz.
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Customer Reviews (5)
- GREAT KNIFE!Review by G
I have carried this knife for approximately 15 years and it has never let me down. It locks tight and there is absolutely no play in the blade even after being opened and closed at least twice a day for 15 years. The blade can be a little tough to sharpen but once you get it sharp it will maintain an edge for quite a while. For the money you cannot go wrong with this one. (Posted on 12/11/2014)
- LOYALGUARDIANReview by Joseph Rodrick
own the coated version ... More than Happy ... smooth, fast, super strong, combat/tactical worthy ... Can't wait to order 2 of these non coated ... Exceptionally good knife, at a SUPER price ... can't be beat at this price (Posted on 10/21/2012)
- PRIVATE CONTRACTOR, MIDDLE EAST-1980'SReview by Mike Reyes
It took me awhile to find this knife until I checked knife works. Great knife to maneuver,keeps hand extra safe with the Lake and Walker knife safety lock. Pat Crawford and Bob Kasper designed this knife with safety and function for the owner. One of a kind gem in the knife world. (Posted on 8/15/2012)
- THUMBS UP!Review by Alexey
Very good knife for this price:)
(Posted on 4/10/2012)
- SFC, USA, RETReview by Randal J. Malorin
Own one of the originals with coated blade. Like enough to order 2 of these, one for me, one for wife. Good, tough, dependable, easy to use/handle. Well worth the money.
(Posted on 3/7/2012)