Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind

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  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
  • Brisa Necker Knife, Bison Micarta, Scandi Grind
$109.00

Description

Brisa Necker Knife with Kydex Sheath , Bison Micarta (Scandi Grind)

This is a completed knife with kydex sheath, and not a kit. This version of the popular Brisa EnZo Necker has textured jute micarta handle scales.

This knife consists of 

  • High quality EnZo Necker 70 blade, flat grind
  • Handle is in "Bison" Micarta
  • Brass lanyard tube and corby bolt fittings
  • Kydex sheath moulded to fit the blade

The "Necker" blade from EnZo is a short, sharp blade aimed at carrying around the neck or in a backpack, as opposed to belt carry.

The blade is about 3.2 mm thick, about 22 mm wide and has about 70 mm of blade, total length 160 mm.

The blade is in Swedish 12c27 Stainless Steel with satin finish, combining with the EnZo build quality and attention to fit and finish, into a high-quality knife. The blade has the traditional Scandi Grind for ease of field sharpening. The short, sharp blade gives good control in a small package.

The handle scales are in brown micarta for an elegant, clean look with brass corby bolts. Micarta is a popular choice for bushcraft and kitchen knives, being a solid man-made material with a wood-like feel to it that is not affected by moisture.

 The knife is from Finnish company Brisa who are rebranding all EnZo products to Brisa so there are some models with EnZo and some with Brisa. (This one has the new Brisa logo)

 

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