Condor Toki Knife 4.73" 1075 Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles, Welted Leather Sheath with Fire Starter
Condor Toki Knife 4.73" 1075 Carbon Steel Blade, Micarta Handles
Welted Leather Sheath with Fire Starter
The Toki was a tribal leader in Chile during the 15th century war times. The epic poetry "La Araucana" describes its Chilean inhabitants as: "...the people are so extraordinary, so proud, gallant, and bellicose, that they have never been ruled by a king, nor foreign dominion submitted.” This knife rescues the strength of those primitive warriors.
The Toki Knife has a full tang blade with a finger grip that facilitates carving or other tasks that require greater precision. It has a drop point and convex edge, which also allow greater efficiency, especially in hard work. Its curved handle in the back has a 90° striker for fire starting with ferrocerium rods. It also has a concave notch of excellent diameter, which allows the faster and more stable spinning for use as a "Bowdrill." Its wide blade and slender handle lend it to hard, heavy use and it includes a handcrafted welted leather drop sheath with 1095 percussion fire starter.
Designed by Walter Matthews
Walter A Matthews is a survival techniques specialist who also served as an officer for more than 20 years in the Chilean Marine Corps. In 2005 he founded in Chile the first Survival and Primitive Skills school. As a SERE Instructor, he has also trained Special Forces operators on survival techniques. His tactical experience, self-reliance, primitive skills, and bushcraft techniques in different locations throughout the world, give him the ability to design various types of knives and outdoor tools.
Blade Length: 4.73" (120 mm)
Handle Length: 4.73" (120 mm)
Overall Length: 9.46" (240 mm)
Blade Material: 1075 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness: 0.20" (5.0 mm)
Blade Style: Drop Point
Blade Grind: Convex
Blade Finish: Bead Blast
Handle Material: Micarta
Sheath Material: Handcrafted Welted Leather
Weight: 15.2 oz. (430 g)
Designer: Walter Matthews
Made in El Salvador
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