BlackHawk’s original Crucible folding knife was designed by noted close-combat expert Kelly McCann and found immediate favor with armed professionals worldwide. However, as a premium-quality knife, its price tag put it out of reach of many military and law enforcement personnel.
In response to many requests to change the knife’s price point, BlackHawk has manufactured the same exact design, making calculated changes to the blade steel and coating to make their new Crucible II more affordable.
This high-performance folding knife features a stout, flush-ground liner-lock mechanism, textured G-10 handle slabs, and a distinctive handle shape that provides a superior grip and hand protection. Its broad spear point blade is ground from AUS 8A stainless steel and features a non-reflective black Teflon® coating.
Available with either a plain or partially serrated edge, the Crucible II also features a four-position clip that supports all possible carry positions and Phillips-head clip and pivot screws for easy user maintenance.
The Crucible II has been member tested and is officially recommended by the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA).
15C201BK Crucible II plain edge: $89.99
15C211BK Crucible II serrated edge: $89.99
For more information on this and other BlackHawk products, visit www.blackhawk.com
BlackHawk's original Crucible folding knife was designed by noted close-combat expert Kelly McCann and found…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jun 9, 2008