Longtime Cold Steel customers may remember the original Bush Ranger, a fixed-blade field knife from years past that was designed by Lynn C. Thompson. One of its major strong-suits was its extremely comfortable handle. Mike Wallace drew inspiration from that knife to create a folding field knife that also feels great in the hand for extended periods of time without causing fatigue. The new Bush Ranger is perfect for the hunter or survivalist who wants something midweight, yet is a real workhorse. While designed for tough work in the field, it's equally at home in a pair of jeans or slacks for everyday carry (EDC). If you like having lots of choices when you carry, the Bush Ranger's got them; from a lanyard hole, to its ambidextrous pocket clip options, and the ability to easily deploy from your pocket thanks to Andrew Demko's patented Thumb Plate. You can be sure your fingers are safe no matter the task at hand, as the Bush Ranger features Cold Steel's Tri-Ad lock, the strongest and safest folding knife lock on the market. Featuring a 3 ½" American-Made S35VN Sheffield clip point blade and a CNC machined American G-10 handle.
Weight: 5.4 oz.
Hawk Length: No
Blade Length: 3 1/2 Inch
Handle: 4 7/8 Inch Long CNC Machined G-10
Steel / Material: CPM-S35VN
Overall: 8 3/8 Inch
Additional Feature: Ambidextrous Pocket / Belt Clip
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