Ruger / CRKT Go-N-Heavy Folder

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posted on November 25, 2015
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When we covered the news that CRKT would be developing a line of knives to carry the Ruger name, we knew we had to get one in. When asked what size knife we'd like to see, we responded "the big one, of course." Well, the Go-N-Heavy fits that to the letter.

This is a positively massive folding knife, so big in fact that it doesn't even have a pocket clip. It would almost certainly be too large for a standard pocket, and the clip needed to hold this monster in place would have to be carved from a truck suspension. This is the pocket knife equivalent of the P85.

It's a Bill Harsey design featuring a locking liner and thumb stud. The blade is 5 inches long with a drop-point blade, and the grip is hard-anodized with sure grip handles. The Go-N-Heavy is made from 8Cr13MoV hardness, 58-59 HRC steel.

MSRP: $99.99. Comes with a nylon-fabric sheath.

 

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