and Josh Graham
of Graham Knives
in Cleveland, Tennessee, developed their custom Graham Razel
in 2001, most knife blades came to a single point. Not the Razel. It's a cross between a chisel and a razor with a knife handle. The result gives two useful Razor-Sharp edges, one for pushing or tapping, and the other for precise cutting, plus a top serrated edge on the SS7
. You also get two strong blade points. The Graham brothers have been very successful with their custom versions in a variety of sizes and styles. CRKT's® Razel SS7
is a tool with the look of a cleaver and the heft of a hatchet. The full-tang blade is 1/4" thick with top edge patented Veff
Serrations. The butt features a bottle and jar opener, plus a hardened steel window-breaker tip. Use it to cut through thickets and to release tangles of rope or nets
·9Cr18MoV stainless steel blade
·Polished black/grey Micarta® handle
·Black allen screw rivets
·Blade width: 1-7/8"
·Blade thickness: 3/16"
·Kydex® sheath with multiple carry options
·Made in China