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SOG Throwing Knives - 3 pack

SOG Throwing Knives - 3 pack
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Throwing Knives - 3 pack

These stylized knives are not only fun to sail through the air, they are practical as well. Protected by SOG's hardcased black coating, they are extremely scratch resistant. Their balance, aerodynamics, and proportions make them great throwing knives. For the same reasons, they also make great back-up field knives. Handles are wrapped with paracord or use without it and you have three knives for the price of one! Includes nylon sheath that safely carries all three.


Specifications:
  • Overall length: 10"
  • Product Weight: 19.60oz
  • Blade Length: 4.4"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.135"
  • Product Type: Fixed Blade
  • Finish: Hardcased Black
  • Hardness: RC. 51-53
  • Blade Steel Type: 420 Stainless
  • Edge Type: Straight
  • Handle Material: Glass-Reinforced Nylon
  • Handle Color:Black
  • Sheath Included:Yes
  • Sheath Color:Black
  • Sheath Material: Ballistic Nylon
  • Sheath Attachment Type: Belt Loop
  • Sheath Closure Type: Snap
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SOG Throwing Knives - 3 pack FO41TN-CP SOG THROWING KNIVES 3 PACK
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