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Kershaw DPX HEFT 4 Milspec - Cuchillo de supervivencia

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  • DPXHFX010 Knife Fight DPX HEFT 4 Milspec Ambiente Hostil Niolox alemán Acero Mango G-10 Made In Italy
  • longitud 22.86cm longitud total cuchilla 10.16cm
  • construido en una sola pieza de acero plano tang alemán Niolox
  • Dureza HRC60 plaquetas manejan G-10 se deslice fácilmente almohadillas removibles teas y purificador de agua
  • Soft Case Nylon / Cordura
  • Hecho en Italia cuchillo táctico DPX
  • Prohibida - 18 años

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Peso385 gramos
Incluye bateríasNo

Detalles del producto

  • Peso del producto: 399 g
  • Referencia del fabricante: DPXHFX010
  • ASIN: B004Z1LJKA
  • Producto en desde: 25 de junio de 2013

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4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great knife 10 de febrero de 2014
Por Chris Schendel - Publicado en
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Great knife. Razor sharp out of the box. Fit and finish is better than I could have expected. I would recommend this knife to anyone looking for a quality item.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Impressive initially but ultimately returned because of anticipated issues with Niolox steel. 13 de marzo de 2016
Por Axess - Publicado en
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This knife just impressed with with a huge wow factor right out of the box. Quite honestly I was not expecting to be this impressed with it based on mere first impressions, although the reviews both on here and also other online forums, while lacking in the quantity of reviews, certainly were all in awe of this knife. Also, I knew that this could be a winner based on You Tube reviews / demonstrations but having it in my hand with the all important visual and some basics tests really sealed the deal: I finally found that elusive "perfect" knife for me!

First of all, although the blade is just a tad over 4", the knife is so rugged (in a good way) and well constructed that it actually feels like a bigger knife. I compare it for instance to the Ontario SK-5 which has a 5" blade, but this HEFT 4 Milspec made the latter feel like a smaller average knife (no disrespect to SK-5 owners but I just used that knife as an example because of its similar higher grade 154CM steel as opposed to the more commonly used 1095 metal alloys in most American made knives)

I had tried some knives most of which did not measure up to my very fussy first impressions and some basic paper cutting tests! I couldn't believe as to how many of these knives did NOT come out razor sharp out of the box to slice through paper just by applying no more pressure than the knife's own weight! Another reason as to why I had kept my expectations lower was because for an EDC type smaller camping knife, I had tried the DPx HEST 3" knife made out of 1095 HCS (the one with a pry tool pummel) and I was not overly impressed with that one. I really think that it is because the 1095 HCS is ultimately just an average metal (it certainly is not high end) which admittedly has its own merits but I recommend that if you could afford to spend more (about 30-40% for a comparable size blade) you ought to go with a higher end metal. The only caveat with some of these higher end and premium blades being that sharpening them is not an easy feat as compared to the 1095 HCS.

Lastly, the hollowed out compartment behind the G10 handles is also a cool feature which is big enough to stash away some storm matches, flint, and some very tightly squeezed Bill$!

Bottom line: Try this knife and see for yourself but because of corrosion concerns, it wasn't a cigar for me!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice all around useful knife. 8 de agosto de 2015
Por Jerry G - Publicado en
I just received the DPX Heft 4 Milspec the other day from another seller on google not Amazon because it was a better price. I wanted a tactical and outdoor knife as well as a EDC= everyday carry fixed blade that was not too big. The stout 4 inch blade is perfect for Many cutting needs , such as box opening , rope, cutting meat and more. This is a nice quality knife like others mention, It came user sharp out of the box but not razor sharp or scary sharp. It can cut printing paper test out of the box but not smooth easy cuts, it is not a Scandi grind for sure. I will have to sharpen it on a leather strop and water stone for a razor edge. I like the looks of this knife and the sheath is nice too at least to me. The so called bottle opener on the back of the handle is NOT a bottle opener !. I tried to open a bottle and there is no good lip to pull off a beer or soda bottle cap, you have to go all around the bottle to get the cap off. That is because it was not designed for bottles but as a pry bar for wood and maybe metal lids. The other use is for hitting in self defense . That is what this knife was designed for a self defense and military and survival knife , The handles are nice and comfortable with inside storage for matches or whatever you want. Overall a very nice knife for EDC , camping and survival and self defense.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great knife that's surprisingly affordable 9 de junio de 2014
Por Jared Place - Publicado en
I had been looking for a long time for a 4" blade stainless steel knife with G-10 scales for use while camping and bushcrafting.
I looked at Esee Knives. Nope, all their knives are carbon steel. Becker Knives? Nope. Same thing, painted carbon steel.
And then I happened upon the HEFT 4 mil spec. It looked nice, it sounded nice so I ordered one.
Upon opening the box I was immediately struck by the quality of the knife. The stonewashed Niolox stainless steel blade was beautiful. The logo was crisp and detailed. The fit and finish of the G-10 scales was perfect.
The knife was made in Italy by LionSteel who has a well deserved reputation for their high quality knives and precision manufacturing.
Best of all are the ergonomics. It fits my hand in a variety of different grips, overhand, underhand, chest lever, reverse grip all felt comfortable and secure.
The bottle opener/pry-bar at the end of the knife does not get in the way while cutting and actually does work as a bottle opener or can be used as a hook to lift a hot pot off of a campfire.
The tang of the knife is hollowed out and the G-10 scales are removable so one can store some small survival items within the handle. I have a fire steel rod and tinder in my handle. I've seen others put some hooks, sinkers and fishing line in theirs.
The sheath is well made with a good sized pocket on the front for some other small gear like a folding knife or sharpening stone.
Knife came razor sharp out of the box as well.
I'm very pleased with the DPx HEFT 4 Milspec. It's a fine knife that I know will serve me well for years to come.