- Technical Description
The Black Fox Reloaded impresses with its simple and elegant lines. The slender blade with satin finish is made of 440C stainless steel, opens with flipper and locks with liner lock mechanism. The G10 handles on stainless steel plates are provided with an elaborately milled textured structure. With clip (tip-up).
While it was still a high-end steel several decades ago, 440 is a very decent middle-grade steel today. Many users still see it as the perfect "magical trifecta" of edge retention, corrosion resistance and easy sharpening.
G10 is a so-called glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP for short) used for the mass production of handles but also for blades and even entire knives.
As a glass fiber reinforced plastic, G10 is a composite material. This type of material consists of at least two base materials. The special feature of composite materials is that the finished composite still retains the individual structures of the base materials. This means that the base materials also keep their own chemical and physical properties. Compared to traditional materials, composite materials are lighter and more durable. They were first used in those areas and industries in which weight reduction is a priority, such as aircraft or race car construction.
|Locking Mechanism||Liner Lock|
|Pocket Clip||Tip-Up, Right Carry|
|Blade Material||440C Stainless Steel|
|Blade Hardness||57-58 HRC|
|Blade Style||Drop Point|