Designed by famous knife maker Bob Terzuola, the TSR (Terzuola Survival Rescue) gives you the edge in a wilderness survival situation. The 11cm modified drop-point blade easily handles crucial tasks from cutting kindling to building a shelter. Hidden in the handle is a small survival kit, just in case, with a bit of extra room for you to personalize it. Accessing the kit is as easy as undoing the handle’s front screw and pivoting the handle scale out of the way. No space is wasted on the sheath, which contains a fire starter, sharpening rod and signal mirror.
- Hollow handle holds a small survival kit, with fishing line, 2 hooks, dental floss and 2 needles.
- Aggressive jimping provides a secure place for your thumb.
- Lanyard hole on the guard doubles as a lashing point.
- Paracord lanyard for both the knife and the sheath are included.
- Sheath has a signal mirror, a fire starter and a fine ceramic sharpening rod all built in.
- Sheath has an adjustable mounting plate and multiple lash points, allowing for multiple belt sizes and carry options
- Strong full-tang construction.
|Ideal for||Camping and hiking|
|Handle material||Glass-reinforced nylon (GRN)|
Blade edge type
Serrated edges are useful for cutting dense material like rope or webbing. They stay sharper longer than straight edges, but can be more difficult to sharpen.
|Blade material||8Cr13Mov steel|
|Knife length (open)||23.5cm|