Schatt & Morgan File & Wire Series 031288 Stag Kentucky Shiner Qt., 4-3/4" Closed - 8813-2
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SM031288: File & Wire Series 031288 Kentucky Shiner Qt.
Schatt & Morgan
Queen Cutlery Co. has added something new with the File & Wire Series. You now have the option of owning your choice of handles. Choose from Genuine Torched Sambar Stag with D-2 Tool Steel Blades or the signature File & Wire Worm Groove Bone, that everyone has come to love, with ATS-34 Steel Blades.
This preeminent series of elegant "old school" classics embodies the very best in American craftsmanship and superb Schatt & Morgan styling. For the discriminating user and collector, there is no better choice than Schatt & Morgan "Select"! The "File & Wire Tested" mark was employed over 70 years ago to insure the hardness of a blade by cutting it with a new file and then testing the edge by cutting a wire of known consistency and hardness. Quantities are limited! Order your class today.
- Mirror Polished D2 Tool Steel Blade
- Distinctive Schatt & Morgan File & Wire Trade Mark Shield
- Blade Length: 3-3/4"
- Closed Length: 4-3/4"
- Overall Length: 8-1/2"
- Blade Material: D2 Tool Steel, 58-59HRC
- Handle Material: Torched Sambar Stag
- Weight: 3.8 oz.
- Handmade in the USA
UPC Code: 420321
Naturally dropped deer antlers are used to create a natural rugged look and feel. Antler from the Axis and Sambar deer in India are renowned for their density and are therefore most commonly used for knife scales.
This product is USA born and raised.
This is a high carbon steel that is appropriate for use in hostile environments and is known for edge retention.