Steel Will Cager 1420

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posted on September 11, 2015
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We've covered the fine offerings from Steel Will Knives previously here at Shooting Illustrated. The company's line of American-made knives is solid, dependable and tough-as-nails, with variants as diverse as the affordable line of neck knives to the impressive Chieftain.

New from Steel Will is the Cager line, with the tanto-bladed 1420 and the drop point 1410. We recently received a Cager 1420 model here for review, and found it to be a perfect fit with the existing products we've seen from the company. Fit is excellent, the G10 scales flow smoothly and offer exceptional purchase and the blade is solid and sharp.

Constructed of D2 steel and G10 scales, the Cager 1420 is just over 9 inches long, has a blade length of 4.33 inches and weighs 7.34 ounces. It comes with a molded Kydex sheath and maintains solid tang construction with a blade thickness of 0.16 inch.

MSRP: $89.99.

 

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