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Columbia River Knife and Tool 2020 AG Russell Sting Razor Sharp Edge Knife

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  • Fixed blade
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  • 1050 HRC 54-55 carbon steel
  • Non reflective powder coated blade
  • Cordura Zytel sheath
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 2020
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 3 x 2 inches
OriginTaiwan
Item model number2020
Size6.85-Inch
ColorBlack
StyleFixed Blade
Material1050 Tool Steel
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Blade Length3.19 inches
Blade EdgePlain
Warranty DescriptionLifetime
  
Additional Information
ASINB00180CYFA
Best Sellers Rank #3,184 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

3.1 in. black spear point blade made from 1050 steel with a contoured integral handle. Overall length is 6.85 in. Includes a 6.5 in. Nylon fabric and glass filled nylon insert sheath.ATTRIBUTES Blade Detail: Plain Edge Blade Length (inches): 3.19 Blade Material: Tool Steel Black Carry System: Cordura/Zytel Sheath Handle Material: ed 1050 Steel Overall Length (inches): 6.85

From the Manufacturer

The AG Russell Sting made by Columbia River Knife and Tool is a fixed 1050 HRC 54-55 carbon steel 3.2-inch stainless steel blade. Complete with a custom Cordura Zytel sheath, this is a multipurpose, one-piece utility knife that is just about indestructible.

From the Manufacturer

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CRKT Sting 2020

Product Details
  • Fixed Blade Knife with Sheath
  • Spear Point Blade with Dual Cutting Edge
  • Hot Forged 1050 Carbon Steel
  • Glass Reinforced Nylon Sheath
  • Designed by A.G. Russell
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
About the Designer

Simply put, Rogers, Arkansas industry veteran A.G. Russell eats, sleeps and breathes knives. He was the first member of the Knife Digest Cutlery Hall of Fame, a founding member of the Knifemakers’ Guild, founded the Knife Collectors Club and started the first mail order knife business. Even with a pedigree like that, if you ask him what he enjoys most, he’ll still tell you it’s designing custom knives. A.G. Russell has been designing knives for over 40 years.

CRKT Sting 2020

In Depth Look

This Blade Was Meant for Walking.

A fixed blade tactical knife featuring two edges and one solid piece of hot forged steel, it knows its place—clipped to your boot.

Crafted by A.G. Russell of Rogers, AR, The Sting displays one of the inventors of the modern knife industry’s attention to detail. After all, despite all his awards and achievements, he is first and foremost a custom knife-maker.

A virtually indestructible spear point blade begins life as an ordinary blank of 1050 carbon steel, similar to the alloy used in traditional Samurai swords. It’s then hot forged and precision ground into its final shape. Dual cutting edges give you twice the protection and double the attitude. We then apply a black non-reflective powder coat finish to resist corrosion in tactical environments that are as tough as you are.

Grab hold of the handle and feel how it’s perfectly contoured to fit your bare or gloved hand. Notice its heft, balance and thumb detents for grip. There’s even a large lanyard hole so you can use it with a wrist lanyard, or carry it as a neck knife. When it comes to defense, this blade means business.

The CRKT Sting comes complete with a custom nylon-stitched sheath with a glass reinforced nylon insert and a strapping option for versatile gear attachments or a clip for attaching it to your belt, pack or boot. Wherever it sits on your gear, it won’t be sitting there for long.

Strap it down and take it into any situation. It’s ready to battle with any environment.

About Columbia River Knife and Tool

CRKT (Columbia River Knife & Tool) offers a broad line of knives and tools for sport, work, professional, and lifestyle activities. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems. Founded in 1994, CRKT is the industry’s premier brand of knives, tools, and lifestyle accessories, with a reputation for innovative design.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The knife is very sharp and feels good in my hand.
BryanJ027
It comes with straps so you can wear it as a boot knife, but they can be removed and it can be belt carried.
CarlosSerious
It is very easy to sharpen and it holds its edge well.
Branden Ramsdell

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116 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Branden Ramsdell on May 6, 2010
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This knife has to be among the best knives I have ever owned, used, and abused. I am a soldier in the U.S. Army currently posting this review from service in Iraq. I set out on a search to find a very portable but effective knife for everyday use, off-the-wall use, and everything in between. I have had the knife for a little over two months now and it definitely fits the bill.

When I pulled it out of its neat packaging tucked away beneath plastic bubbles the first thing I noticed was its weight. I was set back by the weight for its size, but soon came to find it a very comfortable weight. Although it isn't heavy by any means, it certainly isn't the lightest blade you'll ever find. The sheath is very light and sturdy, the straps are dual Velcro that adhere to any other part and don't let go. I have had it strapped by the inside of my arm, strapped to my ankle, and strapped to my back on my belt, the sheath is very comfortable wherever it goes; though I would not suggest sitting down in a chair for an extended period of time with it on the back of your belt.

The knife is constructed entirely of high grade 1050 carbon steel. My father was a metal fabricator, from what he has taught me, this is definitely made of an exceptional metal. It is very easy to sharpen and it holds its edge well. I have been able to shave with this knife after a short session with a whetstone. I have taken this knife to fabric, to wood, to cables, even thrown into a tile floor (which it stuck into without a problem, the problem was pulling it back out), NOTHING has done any extensive damage to the edge of this knife. Bear in mind though, abuse their product like I have countless times, and you are bound to void CRKT's warranty; just take comfort knowing you'll never need that warranty!
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215 of 236 people found the following review helpful By solocanoe on November 20, 2009
I got out of the Army in 1989. We were able to buy Gerber Guardian boot knives in the PX then. when they were made in USA and we got 'em in camo to match our uniforms. That way we could wear them officially. These came HIGHLY recommended from any number of folks with experience in the field. You just won't believe the number to uses you will have for a sturdy fixed blade - as long as it's not too long, and as long as you have confidence in the toughness of it.

I got mine in 1985 and carried it daily and used it HARD in the field. The issue bayonet was too hard to carry and you WANT a fixed blade knife - preferably with an integrated handle - in the field. Nothing to break and I seriously doubt you could break the guardian...let alone this AG Russell (CRKT now) Sting knife. (tougher steel)

You can read all about how this is the toughest steel there is, samurai sword, etc...I just know you can't hurt it. I've used and abused this knife just like we all did our Gerbers in the old days. Cutting? sure...but when you just grab one tool, and it's on your body in the field...it can help dig a foxhole, etch a map on a stone quickly, pry open stuff, pry apart firewood, hand-drill holes in trees for rigging spikes, we even used our steel pots (helments) as a hammer and drove "starter holes" into frozen ground in Germany for our tent stakes...we used our Gerber guardians to bang this 'starter hole' as our tent stakes wouldn't do it. you get the idea here, we ABUSED our knives and this style of knife held up very well. To be honest, even if a rookie took another style into the field...it usually broke and was replaced with a fixed blade, intergrated handle knife.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By CarlosSerious on January 22, 2011
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This is the AG Russell Sting made by Columbia River Knife and Tool. It is one fixed blade- all 1050 steel including the handle. It comes with straps so you can wear it as a boot knife, but they can be removed and it can be belt carried. The sheath that it comes in is well made and not one of those cheesy sheathes that end up falling apart after awhile. Now the title does describe it as being razor sharp, but I'd call it sub-razor sharp since I couldn't actually shave with it out of the box. Don't get me wrong, it's still really sharp, I just like to keep mine sharp enough to cut hair so I ran it over an Arkansas stone for about three minutes to bring it in spec.

The company claims that this knife can do just about anything. Over the three weeks that I've owned it, it hasn't let me down. I've used it for everything- cutting meat, cutting rope, even scoring(cutting) drywall. I'm very pleased with the quality. I haven't had any issues with the tip bending and I've thrown it into lots of stuff.

The handle is not covered with anything so it feels a little small, but it's still a good fit for my hands and I'm a bigger guy. The only drawback to not having a plastic/rubberized handle is that this one gets pretty cold if you're working out in the weather.

It's an all over great knife that I haven't had to worry about. The knife holds an edge pretty well and hasn't otherwise needed any other attention. If you're looking for a knife that can be strapped to you in virtually any position, can be used to cut or pierce nearly anything and is cheap enough to buy two or three of them, then this is your knife.
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