Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71
  • Ganzo Firebird FH71

Ganzo Firebird FH71

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Kč602.48 without VAT

The Firebird FH71 is a knife with a specifically shaped handle for a better grip. It is a quality D2 stainless steel folding knife with an attractive, practical design and high durability.

Colour: Brown
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Green
  • Carbon
  • Grey Blue

  • FH71 (776)
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The blade is polished with a flat Drop-point cut. This is a fairly common knife blade. Knives with this type of blade are popularly used by hunters. They are suitable for cutting, but also for stabbing, which is especially effective with this blade. It is made of D2 steel. It is a high quality alloy resistant to corrosion. Blades made of this material are durable and keep their sharpness for a long time.

The handle is made of the traditional G10, which can withstand high temperatures, is not bothered by moisture and is resistant to mechanical damage. The knife is comfortable to hold in the hand, it does not slip, the surface is slightly rough.

The length of the knife is almost 20 centimetres, the blade length is 8.7 centimetres. The thickness of the blade is 3.5 millimeters, the knife weighs 98 grams. It is a small and lightweight tool useful for everyday use. You can take it with you on trips, in the city, but it can also be useful at home in everyday life. All Firebird models are precision made. In addition, they have a safety lock (in this case Liner-Lock), which makes their use safe and comfortable. The knife is equipped with a metal clip for attaching it to a pocket, bag, backpack.

  • Blade steel: D2
  • Blade length: 87mm
  • Blade thickness: 3,5mm
  • Weight: 98g
  • Length of open blade: 199mm
  • Closed blade length: 112mm
  • Colour: black, green, blue, brown and carbon
HF71-BR (776)

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