Steel Will Knives Introduces the Chieftain 1610/1620

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posted on May 8, 2015
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Steel Will Knives, a new premium brand that produces knives with the highest standards of quality, announces their newest, American-made knife, the Chieftain 1610/1620. This tactical knife has a classic clip-point blade built to perform for any mission, in any environment. 

The Chieftain name appropriately matches this knife’s appearance. The thickness, strength and its full tang construction make it ideal for the toughest jobs. This knife has a classic clip-point blade that measures almost 7.5 inches long and is constructed of 1095 steel that will endure through constant user abuse.

The Chieftain undergoes an extensive heat treatment process, and then a black traction coating is applied for additional protection. Slightly extending from the handle, a rounded tang forms a multi-purpose hammer/glass-breaker, making the knife a multi-task tool. A Micarta handle complements the blade, adding appeal and functionality. The handle is offered in two colors, Green (1620) and Orange (1610), both provide generous grip capabilities in all weather conditions, even while wearing gloves. The Chieftain securely stores in a nylon sheath that is simple to clean and adapts to packs or belts.The Chieftain will appeal to those looking for a dependable knife that can handle abusive use.

STEEL WILL CHIEFTAIN 1610/1620 FEATURES

  • Steel: 1095
  • Full Length: 13.11 inches
  • Blade Length: 7.48 inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.24-inch
  • Blade-HRC: 58-60
  • Blade Finish: Black Traction Coating
  • Handle: Micarta
  • Sheath: Nylon
  • MSRP: $199.99


To learn more about the Chieftain 1610/ 1620, please visit http://steelwillknives.com

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