New: HK Knives Fray Fixed Blade from Hogue


When it comes to knives, we have a tendency to favor very simple and tough styles. If you strategy to use a knife for cutting rather than as a prop for Instagram images, you in all probability really feel the very same way. Of course, it does not hurt to have a knife that appears excellent at the very same time, but that is extra of an added bonus to its main goal.

Hogue Knives lately released the new Fray fixed blade as aspect of its HK Knives line. The organization calls the HK Knives Fray a “no-nonsense cutting tool,” and its style clearly matches that target. It is constructed from a single piece of 154CM stainless steel, hardened to 57-59 HRC and offered in two blade shapes.

Fray Tanto (best) and Clip Point (bottom)

1 is known as a Clip Point, but appears closer to a drop point with a prominent swedge, because it lacks the concave shape and upswept tip we’ve come to associate with common clip-point blades. The other is a Tanto, which also has a swedge for enhanced piercing. All round length is 9.1 inches blade length is four.two inches.

Every version of the HK Knives Fray is completed in your option of black, OD green, or FDE Cerakote. The manage is wrapped in black paracord a big forefinger notch and jimping on the thumb ramp and butt offer added grip. Every knife comes with a black polymer Auto-Retention Sheath that can be carried horizontally or vertically. It is also compatible with TEK-LOK mounts.

The HK Knives Fray is created in the USA by Hogue, and priced at $150 MSRP. For extra information and facts, go to


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