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ESEE Knives: Camp-Lore Cody Rowen CR2.5, Black Oxide Fixed Blade w/ Orange G10 Handle

List price: $140.00
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Price in points: 6995 points
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The CR2.5 was designed by Cody Rowen. It features a black oxide 1095 steel flat ground blade with a blaze orange G10 handle. This is the smallest knife in the Camp-lore series and it features a smooth rounded handle.

The ESEE Knives Camp-Lore CR2.5 is a great "Bird & Trout" knife as it excels at cleaning small game and fish. It also is a great everyday carry knife as the design lends itself very well for a variety of uses.

The Camp-Lore series was developed to answer the demand for traditional, basic, bushcraft knives. The designers of this knife series come from a unique backgrounds and experiences, with each considered to be one of the best in their field. All of the Camp-Lore knives are simple, traditional, fixed blade designs that have been field-proven for years. ESEE Knives makes the Camp-Lore line in the USA utilizing 1095 carbon steel and removable Micarta handles. Each Camp-Lore knife comes with a USA made traditional pouch sheath with a belt loop using leather supplied by one of the oldest tanneries in North America.

Comes packaged in a heavy plastic bag.

Blade Finish:
Black Oxide
Blade Steel:
1095 Carbon
Blade Thickness:
Blade Type:
Drop Point
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Cutting Edge Length:
Handle Material:
Green Canvas Micarta
Knife Style:
Fixed Blade
Unconditional Lifetime
Weight (Knife Only):
2.5 oz
I purchased this dandy little knife from tkc. I love all my Camplores by Esee, but this one is my personal favorite. It's small, but a very handy and useful one for camp chores. The 90 degree spine is perfect for the fire steel. I tied a snake knot lanyard to the handle for assisting in deployment. Buy it. Highly recommended.
I love this blade, it replaced my folding knife and my lunch box blade. I use it for food prep, cordage cutting, package opening, etc. Then strop it and use it as my small Bushcraft blade. It took a patina nicely and is probably my current favorite knife period, let alone my Fav Esee. I don't carry my Candiru as often now cause of this knife. It is light enough for neck carry as well. -Nate
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