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CRKT Shinbu

Varekode: 2915
Designed to meet the specific requests of coalition forces overseas.
kr kr 3 556,00

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Produsent CRKT
Varekode 2915
Ståltype / Materiale YK-30
Knivblad Detaljert Satin finish
Knivblad Lengde 23.5 cm
Knivblad Tykkelse 5.92 mm
Skaft Materiale Cord-Wrapped Handle
Skaft Farge Svart
Skaft Lengde 14 cm
Total Lengde 37.46 cm
Vekt 377 gr
Låsemekanisme Ingen / Fixed Blade
Slire / festeanordning Kydex slire
Designer James Williams
Annet Gaveeske
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The Shinbu comes into play when the operator's firearms cannot be used, as often happens in entry and search operations. The Shinbu dual grind Tanto blade is YK-30 high-carbon steel, high satin finished. The long, tapered tip grind is designed for maximum slashing power combined with superior penetration. At 13.3 ounces and a 9.25" blade, the Shinbu also offers superior slashing ability as compared to the Hissatsu.

  • Full Tang, Dual Grind, Premium High Carbon Steel Blade
  • Traditional Style Cord Wrapped Handle
  • Boltaron® Sheath w/Molle Compatible Convertible Belt Clip System

 

Let us be clear: the Shinbu™, designed by James Williams, are specialized tools intended for military personnel and special forces operators. James developed this design to meet the specific requests of coalition forces overseas for a more powerful tactical tool than his CRKT® Hissatsu™; which is in wide use.

Historically, military swords have been sized to fit the fighting environment. Long swords, such as the English broad sword and Japanese katana, could only be used effectively on open fields of battle. Fighting in close or confined quarters required shorter swords, such as the sailor's cutlass and the Japanese wakizashi, which is similar in size to the Hisshou.

These knives come into play when the operator's firearms cannot be used, as often happens in entry and search operations. They are designed for multiple carry options depending on the choice of the operator.

The Shinbu dual grind Tanto blade is YK-30 high-carbon steel, high satin finished. The long, tapered tip grind is designed for maximum slashing power combined with superior penetration. At 13.3 ounces and a 9.25" blade, the Shinbu also offers superior slashing ability as compared to the Hissatsu.

James has followed centuries of Japanese tradition in designing these classic cord-wrapped handles, which compares very well to more modern handle materials, giving excellent grip under all conditions. The blade of the Shinbu is laser engraved with Japanese kanji characters that signify "Divine Valor."

We have designed custom-fitted Boltaron® sheaths with a convertible belt mounting system for the Shinbu. The sheath has detents which grip the knife securely and wide entry lips which allow the knife to be returned to the sheath with one hand. A belt clip can be attached with the Chicago screws provided for vertical carry. There is also a quick-release retaining strap.

Each of these knives comes in a custom dark lacquered wooden box for presentation and storage.

The Shinbu demands respect and can truly be a lifesaver for the military professional. These are knives that would have been carried by the Samurai.



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