ED BROWN K1
by Jason Knight
In collaboration with the craftsmen at Winkler Knives USA and designed by renowned bladesmith Jason Knight, we are pleased to introduce the Ed Brown K1 fixed blade knife.
Award winning Master Bladesmith Jason Knight’s designs are highly sought after for their practical construction and superior fit and finish. This high-performance fixed knife is no different, bringing you all the same qualities that Jason Knight's knives are known for.
The Ed Brown K1 is ideal for tactical or outdoor use, and features a sculpted Micarta handle with unique "Snakeskin" scallops, and hand ground and sharpened Carbon steel blade. Extremely rugged, and durable, the 80CrV2 carbon steel blade will hold up to extreme use, and features a black oxide finish for corrosion resistance.
Blade Steel: 80CrV2
Blade Length: 4 5/8"
Blade Thickness: .205
Handle Material: Black Micarta
Overall Length: 9 1/2"
Includes a hand molded Kydex sheath. We recommend a light coating of oil on your cutting edge to prevent corrosion
About Winkler Knives
Winkler Knives manufactures a diverse line of high performance edged tools. It was established in response to requests from within the SOF Community for specialized breaching tools and has become widely acclaimed for its no frills approach to tactical and rescue operations.
About Jason Knight
Considered one of the top fixed blade makers in the world, Knight specializes in heavy duty tactical bladeware. He is also an avid shooter and outdoorsman. For two seasons, he was one of the features judges on History Channel's "Forged in Fire" TV show. We are very excited to be working with Jason this project. A few of his most recent awards are listed below.
2017 Best Knife Collaboration of the Year – Fox Knives and MK Ultra; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine
2008 Bill Moran Award; American Bladesmith Society