Cold Steel Pendleton Lite Hunter & Lansky Quick Fit
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- Last updated: 11/11/2016
Enter the new Pendleton Lite Hunter from Cold Steel. Whether it’s skinning a bunny, gutting a freshly caught trout, cutting twine or just a few simple tasks around the shoot, the Pendleton Lite has got to be one of the most versatile fixed blade knives you’ll ever hook on your belt.
Designed by Lloyd Pendleton in answer to various requests for an affordable version of his other already popular knives, the new Lite comes with a Krupp 4116 steel drop point blade that measures just over 3½” of the knife’s 8½” total length, weighs a mere 2.7oz with grip coming from a good, hand sized polypropylene handle (with lanyard hole) along with a pouch style cordura sheath. The Pendleton Lite Hunter is ready for action the moment you unpack it.
And to ensure your Lite Hunter never loses that vital edge, team it up with the Quick Fix - one of Lansky’s famous pocket sharpeners. Just four strokes through the Tungsten Carbide slots followed by four more through the Crock Stick ceramics slot and you’ll have an edge more than equal to anything you’ll ask of it.
Individually both knife and sharpener are excellent bits of kit but together you’ve got yourself a cracking little outfit.
The Pendleton Lite Hunter will set you back no more than £17.63p (an absolute gift in itself) whilst Lansky’s little Quick Fix is an out and out bargain at just £5.97p.