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CRKT Catchall Fixed Blade Knife Rubberized GRN (5.51" Satin) 2866

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Original price $89.99
Current price $70.00


Designed by Russ Kommer in Fargo, North Dakota

Cuts through the worst case scenario.

Designed by knifemaker Russ Kommer, the Catchall™ gets its name from it’s ability to perform in a range of situations. A fixed blade design with sheepsfoot blade shape, this multifunctional tool isn’t just a handy camp kitchen knife, it’s a versatile outdoor must-have.
  • Easy to Sharpen: high carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well
  • Useful Utility: sheepsfoot blade shape provides cutting utility
  • Classy Appearance: satin finish blade has a modern look
  • Strong and Lightweight: glass-reinforced nylon handle is durable and lightweight
  • Secure Grip: contoured handle for exceptional control
  • Gear Compatible: durable thermoplastic sheath with mounting options
Blade Length 5.51" (140.03 mm)
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Satin, Brush
Blade Thickness 0.13" (3.35 mm)
Overall Length 10.25" (260.35 mm)
Weight 7.50 oz. (212.62 g)
Handle Glass-Reinforced Nylon w/Rubber Overlay
Style Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath
Sheath Material Thermoplastic
Sheath Weight 2.40 oz. (68.04g)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Camp kitchen knife

I got caught by the look, and I was expecting something a bit different since the description says ''multifunctional tool isn’t just a handy camp kitchen knife, it’s a versatile outdoor must-have''.
Well... in my opinion a ''multi-tool outdoor must-have'' should be able to handle wood work, and this one is a hollow-grind knife, so it has pretty poor abilities in that field... Of course it can slice straps and cut full water bottles easily. But for the more normal-oriented-activities of us... I don't know. Agree or not, this blade is pretty mostly just a weapon style blade, or a camp kitchen knife. And it does great for that latter one! People always want to try it when they see it, I guess that's where the Catchall name really comes from. So you can relax having a beer while they enthusiastically prep food with the unique style blade.

That appart, the pushed-back recurved handle and blade are good assests for the food aspect. I think the finger guard should have been reduced in order to cut food more easily on a flat surface. Easily fixable though.
Steel doesn't have the best edge retention, but if you're not cutting bones it holds the road during a trip.
I also think it's always great to have removable handles, even though the handle material on this one has a pretty nice feel to it.
Plastic sheath doesn't rattle too much and has push button on it. I prefer these over leather for ease of use.

As far as the knife itself, mine sits in my kitchen drawer, not my backpack.

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