The Esee PR4 was probably one of the most anticipated fixed blade knives released this year. This review and wood beating test covers ergonomics, cutting, and compares it to several other popular fixed blade knives in the knife comparison section. You’ll see the Esee 6HM, the Mora Kansbol, the Izula, and the Vangedal Rover. The PR4 features a 4.19 inch blade made from 1095 carbon steel and a handle made from sculpted ad polished micarta. The knife is designed by Patrick Rollins from Randalls Adventure Training and Equipment Group, , made in the USA by Rowen Manufacturing, and part of Esee’s Camp Lore Series. It was said to be inspired by the Kephart Sheath knife.
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