Hogue EX-F02 Fixed Blade Knife with 4.5" Clip Point Blade and Sheath, Tumbled Finish, Black Polymer Frame with FDE Over-Molded Dark Earth Rubber Insert 35273


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EX-F02 Fixed Blade: 4.5" Clip Point Blade - Tumbled Finish, Black Polymer Frame with FDE Over-Molded Rubber Insert

Includes sheath.

Created specifically with the outdoorsman in mind, the ex-f02 features a polymer/overmolded rubber hybrid handle for unmatched "gripability" while performing strenuous cutting activities. To complement the grip, the blade features a serrated thumb-ramp and finger detent in the handle. The clip point point blades have been designed with performance in mind. With its hand sharpened and cryogenically treated blade, the ex-f02 stands up to the most demanding challenges.

• Blade Length: 4.5"
• Overall Length: 9.0"
• Weight: 5.5 oz

• Style: Clip Point
• Thickness: 0.160"
• Material: 154CM Stainless Steel
• Hardness: 57-59 HRC
• Treatment: Cryogenically Heat Treated
• Finish: Stone Tumbled
• Flat Grind - Hand Honed Edge

• Frame: Black Polymer with Flat Dark Earth OverMolded® Rubber Insert
• Includes Automatic Retention Sheath (MOLLE compatible)
• Lanyard/Lashing Holes

Made in the United States, Hogue Knives(R) builds on and continues the family legacy of precision manufacturing fine firearm accessories for over 50 years. Hogue celebrates its 10th year in the knife industry, with models ranging from manuals to automatics, fixed blades and tomahawks.

About Hogue Inc

Welcome to Hogue, Inc., home to a proud family tradition of American quality and innovation since 1968. Every Hogue product - from handgun grips to long gun stocks to specialty knives to gear and accessories - is built in the spirit of fine craftsmanship, attention to detail and complete dedication to the legacy of founder Guy Hogue, carried into the next generation by his sons Aaron and Patrick Hogue, by Hogue Tool & Machine Company president Jim Bruhns, and by Guy Hogue's grandson Neil Hogue.