For immediate release – from Christensen Arms
A match made in hunting heaven, Christensen Arms has announced a new partnership with Andy Arrabito, of Half Face Blades for a limited edition hunting knife. Christensen Arms knows hunting rifles and Andy Arrabito knows knives. As a result, the limited collection knife is sure to be on your short list.
Half Face Blades creates high quality cutlery and has a reputation for hard use. Founded by former Navy SEAL (ret.), Andrew Arrabito, they are tools you can count on when you need them most. From knives to axes, their tools are usable, personalized, functional and versatile for all walks of life.
“Every hunter should have the option to have a hunting knife that meets the same demands as our premium rifles,” said Meredith McCaskill, Vice President of Marketing, Christensen Arms.
“Just like our state-of-the-art firearms, Arrabito’s knives are high-quality, distinct, and made extremely durable for the harshest condition of the most challenging hunts.”
Christensen Arms was founded in 1995 and incorporates top-tier aerospace materials and processes in their production. As a result, they have a reputation for lightweight, precise and accurate firearms, the world over. Additionally, Christensen Arms is an American made company, from their inception.
The Crow Jr. Blade has an overall length of 8.9 inches and features a 4-inch blade. The .15-inch-thick blade is constructed of CPM S35VN stainless steel and has a Rockwell hardness of 59/60. Coated with a Tungsten Cerakote finish, the blade features jimping on the spine and an oversized lanyard hole at the butt of the exposed full tang. Black alan-bolts hold the G-10 iron grip scales securely in place.
One side of the limited collection blade features a laser engraved Half Face Blades logo. The obverse blade flat features the laser engraved Christensen Arms logo, with blade number. Each knife includes a suede leather lined kydex sheath, with spring steel belt clip. The belt clip is reversable for either right- or left-hand carry.
“These are some tough blades and ready for whatever you put them through,” said Andy Arrabito. “We never ‘hope’ our knives will perform, we know they will! Fortunately, we have a history of creating blades that perform in rugged and hard-use scenarios. We test each product and know the knife will meet the needs of whoever is carrying a Half Face Blade.”
For more information visit HalfFaceBlades.com or ChristensenArms.com. K&G
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Joshua Swanagon has studied survival in both urban and wilderness environments in Colorado and Michigan for most of his life, while also adding experience in harsher terrains abroad. He utilizes his experience and years of diverse martial arts and combatives training and real world application as a self-defense/combatives instructor, published freelance writer and Field Editor for various magazines in the fields of knives, survival, self-defense and tactical subject matters. Joshua also brings with him his years of experience as Editor of, and Subject Matter Expert for, Knives Illustrated Magazine.
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