OKC Black Bird SK-4 Knife

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posted on November 1, 2016
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The Black Bird SK-4 from Ontario Knife Company is a design from award-winning designer Paul Scheiter and continues in the same minimalist and functional vein as the company's other Black Bird knives. 

The knife is a fixed blade that is 8 inches long overall and features a 4-inch blade. The blade itself is made from 154 CM stainless steel and is 0.125 inches in thickness. It is finished in a satin silver and features a full flat taper grind with a plain edge.

The knife handle is made from black G10 material. The Black Bird SK-4 also comes with a black MOLLE-compatible sheath that features a retaining strap with a snap-button close. The OKC Black Bird SK-4 is made in the USA and retails at a suggested price of $225.

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