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Chris Reeve Green Beret Knife Review | OsoGrandeKnives

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The Green Beret Knife is the civilian version of what the U.S. Army Special Forces call “The Yarborough”. This is a no-nonsense, hardworking tool, designed by renowned knife maker and designer Bill Harsey, with function and manufacturing input from Chris Reeve. Made in Boise, Idaho by Chris Reeve Knives, the Green Beret Knife is a using knife that, just like the men for whom it was designed, is efficient, tough and uncompromising.

Overall Length: 12.375″
Blade Length: 7″
Blade Thickness: 0.220″
Blade Material: CPM S35-VN, 60-61 RC
Blade Coating: KG Gun-Kote
Handle Material: Black Canvas Micarta
Weight: 12.8 oz.
Sheath: Modified Foliage Green Combat Master by Spec-Ops Brand
Made in USA

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4 replies on “Chris Reeve Green Beret Knife Review | OsoGrandeKnives”

these are great knives as are the other Chris Reeve Knives… they are not to be used as a hatchet… the knife destruction tests are nothing but pure bull shit

I to came close to buying one, it's an attractive blade. However being what's supposed to be a "hard use" knife… I was shocked to see this knife break in half in a knife test where many other knives (including very cheap knives) held up much better. The hollow blade crk was also tested and had the same catastrophic failure. 🙁 have found a real hard use knife to be a Busse.

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