Cold Steel Leatherneck-SF
Stock Status: Ordered on Request (click to see what this means)
The word 'Leatherneck' has become synonymous with the famous U.S. Marines since 1776 when Congress compelled all Marines to wear a thick, high leather collar (known in the vernacular of the day as a "stock"). This collar served two purposes; first, it helped protect one's neck from sword and cutlass blows, and second, it forced a Marine to keep his head up straight, exhibiting the military posture that was fashionable at the time.
The knife is made from German 4116 Stainless steel and finished with a rich Tuff-Ex; non reflective coating:
The Leatherneck-SF (for Semper-Fi) has a saber ground clip point blade. It's hollow ground and honed by hand to a startling razor sharpness.
To keep the fingers from sliding forward onto their keen edge, the Leatherneck comes with a substantial guard. It's made of thick steel with double quillons that are turned slightly forward and provide excellent protection for your hand while offering minimal interference in the use of these knives when performing utility tasks.
The handles are made of deeply checkered Kraton® that totally encloses the knives' extra wide full tang. They offer unsurpassed gripping power through their palm hugging oval cross section and unique finger trough. They're capped with a thick, machined steel butt cap (not cheap casting like others) so they can double in an emergency as a hammer.
To carry the Leatherneck knives safely and conveniently in all environments, they come with a sturdy Secure-Ex sheath complete with fully detachable and ambidextrous belt loop.