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Off-Grid Knives Stout Drop Point Blade

By: on September 28, 2017
$34.95
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I don't think Off-Grid Knives named their Stout Drop Point Blade after the beer. The "Fat Boy" blade is 2.25" x 1.3" wide and weighs an Eric Cartman (i.e., beefy) 5.29 ounces. Off-Grid says their little chub is "built like a tank" and can handle tasks normally restricted to knives 3 times its size.

The Stout Drop Point Blade is made of 440 stainless steel, with a hardness rating of 54 HRC. An invisible liner lock has a button release for folding the knife open / closed.

At its other end, the Stout Drop Point Blade has an ergonomic 3.15" handle with a jimped thumb ramp for grip, a lanyard hole, and a deep pocket clip. The knife is highly rated and reasonably priced, so if you know a dude who needs something for his tool box, tackle box, or glove box, it would make a decent gift for a man. As a piece of EDC though, the Stout's weight might reduce its value.

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