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Chris Reeve Knives Large Inkosi Tanto, Glass Blasted Titanium-Black Micarta Inlay / Stonewash CPM S45VN - LIN-1132

$650.00
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The Inkosi pushes the characteristics of the Integral Lock®, blade strength, pivot and lock tolerances as well as overall ergonomics. A  97 RC ceramic ball runs interface between the Integral Lock® bar end and tang of the blade, preventing wear and ensuring accurate lock up for the knife's lifetime. Blending the benefits of a flat grind and hollow grind, the blade’s 20” hollow grind provides a thick stock and overall strength.  

FEATURES
  • Reeve Integral Lock with Ceramic Ball Interface
  • Stonewashed CPM S45VN at 60-62 RC
  • 6AL4V Titanium Handles
  • Sandblasted handle finish
  • Off-set Clip Design 

 

 
Overall Length:
8.40"
Blade Length:
3.60"
Blade Thickness:
0.14"
Blade Style:
Tanto
Blade Grind:
Flat
Blade Steel:
CPM S45VN
Blade Finish:
Stonewash
Handle Length:
4.80"
Handle Material:
Titanium / Micarta
Weight:
4.96 oz
Pocket Clip:
Tip-Up, Right Carry
Locking Mechanism:
RIL
Action:
Manual
Country Of Origin:
USA

Product Reviews

  • 5
    Good but $$$$

    Posted by Sterling on 30th Aug 2023

    This is my second CR knife, the first being a small Sabenza. These knives are awesome for sure. Fit and finish are great. I love everything about these knives. And REC does an awesome job!! My only complaint is this is a very expensive knife. That is of course subjective, but for me this is A LOT of money for a knife. If you are a knife enthusiast maybe it is worth it, or if you have enough money that it doesn't matter I'm sure you will love it. But at the end of the day it looks cool and cuts; you can find a ton of knives that will do that for a fraction of the price. I don't regret it, and again, I really do Love this knife. But if I wasn't a collector, I doubt I would have bought it. Just know that when you buy this knife, it is not super fidgety, it doesn't fall shut, it takes a little time before you can thumb flick it open without using your wrist, and you may hate the pointy thumb studs. All that aside, it really is a tight tolerance, beautifully detailed knife. Just one knive lovers opinion.