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Gryphon Knives M-35 Combat Survival Bowie 

The Gryphon Knives M-35 Combat Survival Bowie was designed by Bob Terzuola to be a rugged, yet affordable knife. In 1979, Terzuola began making knives and joined the Knifemakers' Guild in 1981 on an endorsement from Bob Loveless. Bob Terzuola is credited for the term “Tactical Knives” for his work designing folding knives. Reminiscent of the classic Randall Knives Model 14 Attack, the Gryphon M-35 is well suited for use as a field, camp, survival, and if need be - a combat knife. The razor sharp 7.5" bowie style blade features a generous choil for extra blade control during close-up work. The blade steel is Japanese AUS-8A, which is well proven since first made popular in the 1980's. The shock absorbing Kraton handle is deeply checkered for a dependable non-slip grip. Its full-length tang is exposed for added strength and versatility. The M-35 includes a friction-fit black Kydex sheath that's outfitted with two Tactical Tailor Malice clips for belt or pack attachment. This rugged sheath is custom made for the M-35 by Survival Sheath Systems. The knife does show rub marks on the finger guard as a result of being snapped into the secure kydex sheath. Knife has Rockwell testing mark.


Category End Use: Survival/Combat/Hunting

Blade Steel: AUS-8A
Rc Hardness: 57-59
Blade Shape: Bowie
Blade Length: 7.5" (191 mm)
Blade Thickness: 0.20" (5 mm)
Length Overall: 13.25" (337 mm)
Handle Material: Checkered Kraton
Sheath Material:Kydex
Weight Knife: 11.8 oz. (335 g)
Weight Sheath: 3.1 oz. (88 g)
Knife Made in Japan
Sheath Made in USA


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