The CORVO is a traditional Chilean Army combat knife. Its origins are mysterious; it probably arrive in the New World with the Spanish Conquistadores, who developed an appreciation for the design during the Spanish war against the Moors. The CORVO was used during the War in the Pacific. It was produced in several versions such as the curved Corvo with the blade bending nearly 90°. The Corvo Aracameño is longer but with a gentler curve of the blade. Extrema Ratio Corvo was inspired by the later.


  • Weight g.:362
  • Weight oz.:12.76
  • Blade Length (mm):176
  • Blade Length (in):6.92
  • Total Length (mm):307
  • Total Length (in):12.08
  • Blade Thickness (mm):6,3
  • Blade Thickness (in):13.3
  • Blade Material:BöHLER N690 STEEL (58HRC)
  • Blade Finishing:MIL-C-13924 BURNISHING
  • Main Grid:FLAT
  • Handle Material:FORPRENE
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