Steel Will Knives Introduces the New Druid 240

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posted on May 28, 2015
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Steel Will Knives announces their newest Outdoor Series knife, the Druid 240. Sleek and slim, this blade is perfect for finishing jobs with unmatched precision and control.

The Druid 240 is the newest member of the Druid Series, designed for daily usage with common outdoor tasks. Built from tried and tested 9Cr18Mov steel, the Druid 240 is a premium tool that retains its edge, is lightweight, and ready for any challenge. With an overall length just under 10.5 inches, this knife provides users with the ability to operate with precision. Ultimately designed as a premium skinning tool, the Druid 240 functions in constricted spaces and hunters will appreciate the TPE handle which allows for a firm grip, even when saturated with natural elements. A leather sheath protects the blade during travel, is simple to maintain and offers minimum sound disturbance while in travel.

Steel Will Druid 240 Features

• Steel: 9Cr18Mov

• Full Length: 10.43 inches

• Blade Length: 4.92 inches

• Blade Thickness: 0.20 inches

• Blade-HRC: 58-59

• Blade Finish: Satin

• Handle: Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)

• Sheath: Hand-made Italian Leather

• MSRP: $99.99

To learn more about the Druid 240, please visit steelwillknives.com

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