Items included in the Havalon Double Folding Knife Titan Jim Shockey Signature Red Stainless Set....
• Havalon Double Folding Knife Titan Jim Shockey Signature Red
• 6 additional stainless steel 60A blades
• 6 additional stainless steel 70A Blades
• Havalon Nylon Zippper Holster
• Havalon Quik-Change Blade Remover
Hunting the most remote locations in the world requires equipment you can depend on no matter the situation. When Havalon set out to make the Jim Shockey Signature Series knife it was clear this needed to be a knife unlike any other.
A knife built for Jim Shockey has to be able to do it all – and it does.
Introducing the double-folding Jim Shockey Signature Series - Havalon Titan. Featuring Havalon’s revolutionary Quik-Change blade system on one end and a Cryo hardened AUS8 blade on the other. This combination gives you the unmatched sharpness of a Havalon blade and the strength of a traditional fixed blade all in one tool.
• Rugged military-grade polymer handle
• AUS-8 Cryo hardened straight back blade
• Piranta fitment with 60A™ blade
• Liner-lock construction
• Removable pocket clip
• Piranta safety lock
• Jim Shockey Signature Series holster included
• Fits all Piranta style blades
|Type:||Double Folding Knife|
|Blade Material:||AUS-8 Cyro Hardened|
|Blade Material (Piranta):||Stainless Steel 60A|
|Blade length:||70 mm|
|Blade shape:||Straight Back|
|Handle length:||150 mm|
|Total length:||196 mm|
Does Havalon have any kind of warranty?
Yes, havalon very proudly stand behind their knives and tools. So much that they have a lifetime warranty on all of their handles. So if anything goes wrong due to reasonable use of their products they will happily replace it with a brand new one.
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