ESEE PR4 Camp-Lore Fixed Blade Knife, Leather Sheath
Tumbled Black Oxide Finish 1095 Blade Steel,
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The ESEE Camp-Lore PR4 is Patrick Rollins’ take on Horace Kephart’s classic design. The original prototype was made by James Gibson and has been tested extensively by Patrick during survival classes, off-trail backpacking, hiking and camping over a period of 18 months. This Rowen built knife features a ground 90 degree spine for striking a ferro rod and a pressure fit leather sheath. It may not be pretty but it is designed to work, just like all the other ESEE knives.
Blade Length: 105 mm
Blade Thickness: 3.25 mm
Style: Full Tang, 3 X Screws, Lanyard Hole
Steel: Tumbled Black Oxide Finish 1095 High Carbon
Handle: Sculptured Canvas Micarta
Weight: 177 Grams
Made in: USA
Product Code: ESEE-PR4
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ESEE Knives and gear was created by Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin. Jeff Randall was a survivalist, adventurist, instructor and entrepreneur. Jeff Randall became business partners with Mike Perrin, TransEquatorial Solutions Inc., the parent company to ESEE Knives. In 1997 Randall started his jungle survival school known as Randall's Adventure & Training. It was designed for military personnel and individuals needing survival and environment training. During training Randall used Peruvian Special Forces and American instructors teaching jungle survival, from that experience that is where ESEE Knives and gear was created. Randall's experiment into designing extreme use cutlery predates the ESEE name. Before ESEE Knives became a company of their own, Randall was the inspiration behind the RAT cutlery brand manufacture by Ontario Knife Co. When Randall ventured out into his own business, he changed the name of his knives from RAT Cutlery to ESEE Knives. Wondering where the name come from? ESEE is an acronym that describes what the training company was built around. The "ES" in ESEE stands for Escuele de Supervivencia also known as School of Survival and the "EE" stand for Escape and Evasion, which is taught to certain students of the training school. This is why it is just fitting that most of the ESEE knives are designed more towards tactical and survival use than everyday carry. Although some are relatively small, almost all ESEE knives are fixed full tang knives which gives them exceptional strength and dependability.
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