We are glad to announce our second 2019 knife: CKF KROKAR (Raven) by Aleksey Konygin
More affordable mid-tech version of his custom Vorona knife
Limited, numbered, super-quality, extreme machining, tail-lock and future brutal look of your collection
Sukhoi-3 - at last! - in stock.
With all respect to our customers.
CKF BLACK FRIDAY: limited offer with up to 60% off the regular prices. We will change the prices today, at 8pm (Moscow Time Zone). Do not miss! We are going to sell everything.
We have moved most of our stock to States, so shipping will be extremely fast for several models ;)
- Overall Length: 8.46" (215mm)
- Blade Length: 3.7" (94mm)
- Cutting Edge: 3.74" (95mm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.14" (3,5mm)
- Blade Material: M390
- Blade Grind: complex
- Blade Finish: DLC+stonewash
- Edge Type: Plain
- Handle Length: 4.76" (121mm)
- Handle Thickness: 0.51" (13mm)
- Handle Material: Anodized Titanium+CF (bronze)
- Frame Material: Titanium+steel lock insert
- Weight: 6.19oz (175.3gr)
- User: Right Hand
- Pocket Clip: Tip-Up, DLC
- Knife Type: Manual
- Opener: Flipper
- Lock Type: Frame Lock
- Brand: Custom Knife Factory (CKF)
- Model: Spectra
- Designer: Matthew Christensen
- Limited project: 300 pcs only
We offer you a dramatic look and top-of-the-line performance in a Malyshev design that anyone will appreciate. The CKF Aich is built with premium quality materials — from its Bohler M390 blade steel to its solid titanium+carbon fiber handles. We added a Black StoneWash finish to the Aich's blade to give the knife a sleek, unified look and to hide hard-use scratches. The high-performance blade is paired with a titanium handle with wide, contoured chamfers to provide a secure, comfortable grip. A titanium frame lock with a hardened lockbar insert secures the blade open during use and ensures longevity. Blade runs on the CKF 2rbs bearings, it's extremely smooth and lets you open your Aich with speed and efficiency.
Finally, a decorative pivot with external collar adds a finishing touch to the CKF Aich, completing the look of this solid handful of precision.
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