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TRIBAL K

FX-802 TiPVD

Blade Steel: M390 stainless steel

Hardness: HRC 59-61

Blade Coating: Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD)

Handle: titanium bronze

Clip: Black idroglider stainless steel

Spacer: PVD titanium

Screws: Black idroglider stainless steel

Sheath: Nylon®

Blade Length: 7.7 cm - 3.03"

Overall Length: 14.8 cm - 5.83"

Blade Thickness: 3 mm - 0.12"

Weight: 133 gr - 4.69 oz

  • Description

    Tribal K is the new karambit designed by Doug Marcaida, knife designer and judge of "Forged in Fire".
    Available in fixed or folding blade.
    Its design is characterized by the shape of the very curved blade where, on the back, there is a serration that returns a cut similar to that of a saw.
    The handle is engraved with recurring triangular motifs in Philippine Martial Arts.

  • Blade
    Blade Coating: Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD)

    PVD
    (Physical Vapor Deposition) is a variety of vacuum deposition methods used to deposit thin films by the condensation of a vaporized form of the desired film material onto various workpiece surface. The coating method involves purely physical process such as high temperature vacuum evaporation with subsequent condensation.

    Blade Steel: M390 stainless steel

    Acciaio Steel Carbonio Carbon Cromo Chromium Cobalto Cobalt Azoto Nitrogen Manganese Manganese Molibdeno Molybdenu Nichel Nickel Fosforo Phosphorous Silicio Silicon Zolfo Sulfur Tungsteno Tungs Vanadio Vanadium
    M390 1.90 20.00 - - 0.30 1.00 - - 0.70 - 0.50 4.00

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Tribal K is the new karambit designed by Doug Marcaida, knife designer and judge of "Forged in Fire".
Available in fixed or folding blade.
Its design is characterized by the shape of the very curved blade where, on the back, there is a serration that returns a cut similar to that of a saw.
The handle is engraved with recurring triangular motifs in Philippine Martial Arts.

Blade Coating: Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD)
PVD
(Physical Vapor Deposition) is a variety of vacuum deposition methods used to deposit thin films by the condensation of a vaporized form of the desired film material onto various workpiece surface. The coating method involves purely physical process such as high temperature vacuum evaporation with subsequent condensation.
Blade Steel: M390 stainless steel
Acciaio Steel Carbonio Carbon Cromo Chromium Cobalto Cobalt Azoto Nitrogen Manganese Manganese Molibdeno Molybdenu Nichel Nickel Fosforo Phosphorous Silicio Silicon Zolfo Sulfur Tungsteno Tungs Vanadio Vanadium
M390 1.90 20.00 - - 0.30 1.00 - - 0.70 - 0.50 4.00