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Cold Steel 20PC Finn Bear Fixed 4" Blade, Polypropylene Handle

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Part Number: CS20PC
Manufacturer: Cold Steel Knives
Retail Price: $20.99
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Reflecting the best of its Finnish heritage, the Finn Bear is an extremely affordable version of our popular Sisuâ„¢. It's ideal for hunting, fishing or camping trips, and makes an efficient utility knife as well!

The German 4116 Stainless blade is hollow ground and given an Rc hardness of 56-57, so it will hold a good edge and is easy to re-sharpen. Its blade shape is centuries old and practical because of its good sturdy point for piercing and long belly for skinning, cutting and carving. It's big and strong enough to skin a Moose, yet thin and delicate enough to slice a tomato or cut up an apple.

The Finn Bear has a straight handle with a slightly ribbed texture for traction. Its modified diamond cross section will fit your hand like a glove and accommodate a wide variety of gripping methods. It's made of tough Polypropylene, so it's impervious to the elements and won't swell, shrink, rot or crack.

For safety and convenience, the Finn Bear comes with a deep pouch style Cor-Ex sheath and generously sized belt loop so it can be worn on the waist, slung around the neck or tossed into a duffle bag or tackle box.
Specifications
  • Item Number: 20PC
  • Name: Finn Bear
  • Blade Length: 4"
  • Overall Length: 8-1/2"
  • Steel: German 4116 Stainless
  • Weight:2.8 oz
  • Blade Thickness: 2.5 mm
  • Handle: 4-1/2" Long High Impact Polypropylene
  • Sheath:Cor-Ex Sheath
  • Made in Taiwan

UPC Code: 705442006671

Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath
Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, and high strength.
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A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
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Lance
Hawaii
Dec 01, 2014
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A great alternative for a Mora if you do not like scandi edges.
Just like what the title says. If you are a fan of Northern Europen style blades, but not the scandi grind most come with, this is a great blade. The shape and handle seems a little odd at first, but it is very versatile and comfortable when using different carving techniques. Very lightweight, and good rust resistance. The 4116 krupp steel holds a very good edge for a stainless steel. It is a good size for general food and kitchen tasks, and takes the place of a paring or steak knife. I like to have one large blade, and one blade when butchering meat, and this works very well. The sheath is a simple pouch. It works, but could be better. I EDC'd this blade for over 2 years, and never had it fall out. It is very low profile as well, and most people never knew I had a belt knife on when they saw me. At the price point, it's right on. This knife is light enough, cheap enough, and has the rust resistance that it can be thrown in any glove box, tool box, tackle box or pack you have.
4 out of 5
In The D
Detroit, Mi
Nov 05, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
good knife, poor sheath
I really like this knife, it has a great feel in the hand. The shape of the handle is unusual but surprisingly easy to get used to, and I found it very comfortable to use in my glove size medium hands. I do wish it had a better grind than hollow, it is very sharp but I would love to see this knife in a flat or scandi grind for better strength. Nonetheless it has performed well at everyday chores cutting rope and cardboard and the like. The sheath is ok, not the safest, as there is nothing really strong to protect you from the edge or point of the blade. But my main gripe is the cheap rivets corroded out very quickly, making the sheath even less secure. I bought this several years ago (the rivets rusted out in mere months), so I hope Cold Steel has fixed the problem; they are generally a company that delivers good value. I would still recommend this knife.
5 out of 5
Ed G
Philadelphia, Pa
Feb 21, 2014
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
MY KAYAK KNIFE
This is my kayaking knife and I wear it on my neck and secure it in my life jacket. I like to think I'm ready for any tangled rope disaster. It is also a great all around camp knife. Don't leave home without it. You can't beat the price either. The only comparable like price knife I can think of is a Swedish Mora and the Finn Bear is simply a better knife.
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