M7: the biggest sporting knife by lionSTEEL
- Green canvas
Availability: 5 days
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Features of the M7 knife by lionSTEEL
The biggest of lionSTEEL outdoor knives. Its large dimensions and extreme handiness allow a strong resistance to the most dissimilar camp uses, including chopping and batoning. It is a knife with a Micarta handle made with SOLID® knife technology.
- it has a SOLID® handle, obtained by 4-axis milling of a single Micarta piece, which allows for a safe and firm grip, while ensuring the maximum robustness.
- it features a Slepiner steel blade, which makes it resistent to havy use and easy to sharpen, which is available either satin-finished or black
The M7 is supplied with a Kydex sheath with a Cordura lining, and a belt loop joined using the MOLLE system for a firm and easy wearability.
The sporting knife to cut branches and deal with challenging excursions
Designed by Molletta to answer the need to cut out tree branches during a challenging excursion. For this reason, the weight is mostly distributed on the blade.
Its dimensions, weight and handiness are optimized to make it the ideal companion for every outdoor activity.
M7 Satin-finished blade by lionSTEEL, technical specifications
mm. - 12.40 in.
Blade length: 180 mm. - 7.09 in.
Blade thickness: 5.5 mm. - 0.22 in.
Total weight: 407 gr. - 14.36 oz.
Blade steel: Sleipner steel
Blade finish: Satin finished
Handle material: Green Canvas
Sheath: Cordura + Kydex - MOLLE System
Packaging: Cardboard box
Molletta - Michele Pensato
Michele Pensato - aka "molletta", his nickname in Italian – is a very active designer with years of experience. His previous life as an excursion lover and a passion for archaeology had him spending most of his experiences in the great outdoors, where he soon got to understand how a great knife should really be and what it should be capable of achieving. He led the Nexus production group and the group that was created at the MCKF Forum. A keen student of the steel industry, he stands out for his new approach to the use of materials and experimentation in thermal treatment applications.
An advanced user of design software such as Catià, Solidworks, Inventor, he applies FEA to design and aims to create yet more solid and innovative products.