Steel Will Knives Introduces Limited Edition Dagger

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posted on December 11, 2014
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Steel Will Knives, a new premium brand that produces knives with the highest standards of quality, announces a new limited edition dagger, the Fervor 1250. This remarkable, very limited edition dagger is the perfect addition to a collection.

With its distinctive design and broad capabilities, the Fervor 1250 is a modern designed dagger that appeals to the eye with rich color, texture, and shape. The narrow stiletto type double-edged blade is made from world-renowned N690Co steel, which is corrosion resistant and easy to maintain sharpness.

Accenting the vibrant 6.69-inch blade is a beautiful G10 handle that offers an excellent ergonomic fit that is both practical and artistically designed. The pronounced fibrous structured handle provides confident hand control. A rich, handmade Italian leather sheath securely stores the Fervor 1250 dagger.

FERVOR 1250 FEATURES

  • Steel: N690Co
  • Full Length: 11.81 inches
  • Blade Length: 6.69 inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.22 inches
  • Handle: G10
  • Sheath: Handmade Italian Leather


To learn more about the Fervor 1250, please visit http://steelwillknives.com/our-knives/tactical-series/fevor-1250.html.

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