Camillus 8" Wide Blade Folding Knife, Aluminum Handle
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Camillus 8" Overall Length Folding Knife with Lightweight Aluminum Handle and AUS-8 Japanese Steel Blade. AUS-8 offers exceptional balance between toughness, edge sharpness, and corrosion resistance. The steel is bonded with Carbonitride Titanium that resists rust and corrosion and is up to 10x harder than untreated steel so the blade stays sharper, longer. Ergonomic, Aluminum Handle that incorporates a lanyard hole. Hollow-ground blade. Dual Thumb-Stud Opener. Frame Lock. Protected by a Lifetime Warranty.


• Blade Coating: Carbonitride Titanium Non-Stick
• Blade Color: Black
• Blade Edge: Smooth
• Blade Grind: Hollow
• Blade Style: Clip Point
• Pocket Clip
• Handle Color: Silver
• Handle material: Stainless Steel
• Hand Orientation: Left and Right
• Lock Style: Frame
• Main Blade Material: AUS-8
• Rockwell Hardness: HRC56
• Lifetime Warranty

Customer Reviews

Camillus 8" Wide Blade Folding Knife, Aluminum Handle is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid knife. I recieved as a gift. I have never owned a Camillus. I am a collector. I own many brands Spyderco, Benchmade , CRKT etc..... I am truly amazed at this knifes sharpness. Goes through cardboard like butter ! Will definately look into collecting more Camillus knives !
Date published: 2011-12-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from found a new favorite!! a little hard to open at first but quickly fixed. the blade is shaped well and takes to a stone easily. would have liked to have found it in a color other than grey but overall a very well crafted knife.
Date published: 2012-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great knife. stays sharp forever, hea The knife is very durable, and has outstanding sharpness and stays sharp. Great knife!
Date published: 2012-09-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from good blade but lacks the small things great lock fantastic knife for the money
Date published: 2012-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Made Knife! I haven't bought a Camillus knife in twenty years and coming back to this brand had a welcoming surprise for me with this knife.For starters this knife doesn't have a liner lock,it uses a framelock.If you're unfamiliar with how that style works basically it's achieved with aluminum or steel by slotting the handle to function exactly like a liner lock.I like it more because it's more durable,and this framelock does has jimping for secure use.The blade was what caught my attention because of it's broad character and clip-point style cutting edge,makes a very versatile pocket knife.This style of blade has served me well in halving/quartering apples,cleaning small game,stripping bark from a tree for fire kindling,cutting on flat surfaces...all of the traits a worthy pocket should have courtesy of the blade shape and only as useful as it's owner.By the way I do really like the jimping on the back of the blade,nice texture against my thumb during hard use.The blade came very sharp and keeps a long lasting edge,and from my experience with AUS-6 and AUS-8 it's not really tedious to sharpen...when you actually need to.The knife has a thin profile to it for comfortable carry,but add the aluminum handles and you've got a very durable knife that's not too heavy and easy to clean.The pocket clip is sturdy and provides deep carry but not concealed carry,roughly eighty to ninety percent is covered in carry but that's not an issue on my end.Overall it's a pretty nice knife by Camillus and even though a new company owns the name,it is worthy of bearing the Camillus name.A great outdoors knife as well as a versatile user knife.
Date published: 2012-05-11
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