New from Steel Will Knives: Censor Blades

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posted on July 12, 2016
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Steel Will Knives has expanded their popular EDC line of top quality knives. The new additions are the modified drop-point (1312) and spear-point (1332) Censor knives, which are available in black coated variants. Each knife is compact, razor sharp, and designed to get the job done.

Each blade on the new Censor knives is made with a 3.54-inch AUS-8 steel finished in a black traction coating process, constructed with a factory sharp edge and designed to withstand daily use and abuse. The full body tang is well balanced, extends past the handle forming a multi-purpose pommel or glass-breaker. The Censor knife also features exposed jimping on the spine for a secure grip.

The grip shape of the nylon handle is curved, so it naturally sits in the user’s hand and provides excellent control during all situations. The overall length of the Censor is 7.68 inches and it weighs 5.5 ounces making it perfect for concealed carry. A nylon sheath, which can be mounted in multiple configurations, adapting to a specific mission or task, comes standard with each knife.

For more information visit SteelWillKnifes.com 

MSRP: $64.99

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