Timber Wolf Full Tang Atomic Steel Stonewash Small Drop Point
$19.99
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  • Full-tang stainless steel construction
  • Contemporary stonewash finish
  • Razor-sharp drop point blade
  • Rugged G-10 handle
  • Includes nylon belt sheath
  • Measures 7 1/2" overall


Timber Wolf is proud to release an all-new collection of Atomic Steel stonewash tactical blades that is sure to get your attention! This powerful Timber Wolf Atomic Steel Drop Point features rock-solid, full-tang 3MM stainless steel construction with an attractive stonewash finish. The textured, G10 handle provides a sure grip for supreme control as you work this blade. Attach a lanyard to the end, and you'll have yourself one mean blade that's up for any challenge!


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.67 out of 5
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Strong and Reliable Reviewed by on Aug 20, 2018   5 out of 5

Great knife. I got it in one of those knife bundles. It lasted a good long time. It's a strong steel that won't break or bend. My tip eventually gave after over a year of hard conditioning. I modified mine a bit. I secured the screws with E6000 and added a light serration to the spine. Pretty good for throwing as well.



Quality product Reviewed by Michael Whitworth on Apr 05, 2015   5 out of 5

I have always liked Temberwolf knives and this one is no exception it is a pretty nice knife it has a sharp edge and i like the design very good knife .



knife for removing envelopes Reviewed by Yuriy on Mar 05, 2015   1 out of 5

Disgusting. It's not a knife. Rather it is a knife for opening envelopes. Arm size as a marker. One of the most uncomfortable knives that I have ever met.



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