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Walther KDK

440 C

The archetype for the most unusual WALTHER Knife has the oldest history: The Karambit Defense Knife with its strongly curved sawtooth blade and the ring at the rear end of the handle has a history of more than 1000 years in Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines. It was initially used by women as a kind of small sickle for cutting herbs and vegetables. Only since the 1970s Karambit blade designs also play a role in various self-defense techniques.

Technical data
Weight145 g
Grip MaterialPolymer
Blade Length60 mm
Overall Length170 mm
Blade material440C
LockingLiner-Lock
Blade formKarambit

The archetype for the most unusual WALTHER Knife has the oldest history: The Karambit Defense Knife with its strongly curved sawtooth blade and the ring at the rear end of the handle has a history of more than 1000 years in Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines. It was initially used by women as a kind of small sickle for cutting herbs and vegetables. Only since the 1970s Karambit blade designs also play a role in various self-defense techniques.

Technical data
Weight145 g
Grip MaterialPolymer
Blade Length60 mm
Overall Length170 mm
Blade material440C
LockingLiner-Lock
Blade formKarambit
 
 

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