Contrast Folding Blade Knife
`s Contrast`s dual G-10stainless steel handle unites show-stopping style and high performance in a unique every day carry folder available in full fine edge or serrated blade.
- G-10 Stainless Steel Handle
- Machined G-10 - Lighter and thinner
- Frame Lock
- Partially Serrated Drop Point Blade
A blade design made popular in handmade hunting knives by Bob Loveless beginning about 1969, used earlier by Randall and others. Characterized by a slow convex-curved drop in the point. The drop-point format lowers the point for control, but leaves the point extremely strong. It`s usually coupled with plenty of belly for slicing, making it ideal for hunting knives. An extremely good all-around format that also shows up on tactical and utility knives.