Alley Kat 6006 Kraton with a Cordura Sheath

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$265.00

Blade Type: Fixed, Full Tang construction
Blade Thickness: 4 mm, XT70(AUS-6A) Stainless
Blade Length: 6.5″ Hollow ground with Satin Finish
Handle: Diamond checkered Kraton with a slight palm swell.
Overall Length: 10.75″
Weight: 7 oz

Description

Hollow ground and flared at the butt for greater control and handling ability.
A  full 2 inches of Jimping (cut-marks) for finger or thumb support and control.
Very ergonomic, secure and comfortable to use. Features  a 50% false top edge and blood grove.
Fitted Cordura sheath with leg tie downs. Lanyard hole in the handle.

 

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1 review for Alley Kat 6006 Kraton with a Cordura Sheath

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    STR8UPG

    I do hunting tours North America wide, and always suggest to my clients that they buy Katz knives. The blade quality, and over all
    performance is second to none. I always let them see and play with and put the Katz knives I own to use, and have converted more then a few
    people over to the best over all quality knives there are!!!! And now we come to one of the best all around knives on the market!!!! I have two, both the same, the original’s tip point was pretty much non-existent from using a p.o.s. sharpening machine that zinged the point right off,
    before I learned how to sharpen knives (rookie move) many many moons ago. But it gave me the excuse to go get another one!!!! I have both
    the large, and small Alley Kat too, the large one lives on my belt, and the smaller can be used as a neck knife (which I do) or on the belt too.
    They both suffered from the bane of the Katz knives existence, which is wiggly steel inside the kraton handle!!!!! It was easily fixed (even
    though I should never have had to do it in the first place at those prices, but I digress……) A little slit inside the lanyard hole, enough to get the
    super glue nozzle into, and problem solved!!!
    My favourite, and the best knife I know of (for wtf it is). I highly recommend it too all! It is superior in every respect I can think of to anything
    remotely comparable.

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