White River Knife & Tool Introduces The Caper

White River Knife & Tool – www.whiteriverknives.com. is introducing what the company describes as a perfectly designed and executed knife that gets it done. This new knife designated the Caper is constructed of CPM S30V high-carbon stainless steel at a 60 RC hardness. The 3-inch precision finished and leather-stropped blade holds a razor like edge making field dressing animals as large as a moose or removing a potentially valuable hide effortless.

White River’s intelligent Kydex sheath lets you to wear the Caper on the belt by using a unique multi-position clip that even adjusts the wearing position from vertical to horizontal.

White River CEO John Cammenga says:

“We are proud that our custom quality incredible cutting  knives are constructed 100 percent in the U.S. from100 percent American materials; there is nothing foreign about White River knives, to include the ink and paper in our catalog and packaging!”

Specifications:

  • Blade length: 3 inches
  • Overall length: 7 inches
  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Steel type: CPM S30V*
  • Hardness: 60 (Rockwell C Scale)
  • Handle: Ergonomically designed for precise control in black, olive, or natural Micarta.
  • Features: Thumb grooves atop blade, large finger choil for precise control, chamfered hollow pins through the handle (attachment points for tying to a stick for an emergency survival spear) and large strap or cord-type lanyard loop.
  • Sheath: Kydex multi-position, multi-use design.
  • MSRP: $150

*CPM S30V is a high-carbon steel with a very high chromium and vanadium content. CPM S30V is a very tough, wear-resistant steel that is highly efficient in cutting tools and can take and hold a razor edge. CPM S30V is high-end steel that is generally found only in custom knives and a few top-quality production knives.

www.whiteriverknives.com

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