Hoffman Richter Wolf - Fixed Blade Hunting Knife
Drop Point Blade Style: Drop point blades are one of my personal favorites as they are less prone to chipping the point of the blade (which is an absolute pain to fix in the field.) Drop points are incredibly well suited for campsite and bushcraft use because they can be used to drill holes for a friction fireboard without losing the ability to stab and slice.n addition, the Wolf’s drop point blade also allows for better overall wood cutting as the blade remains flat near the handle, which is good for planing or splitting, and a continuously curving edge towards the tip, which gives you much more precise and controlled carving. And it has the added bonus of an incredibly tough titanium coating that protects it from wear and tear as well as rust.
- Fixed edge so you never need to worry about moving parts breaking or wearing out
- Straight edge drop point blade, so that every inch of the blade stays razor sharp and usable (no serrations to become dull and useless)
- 9″ Overall Length
- 4″ 5.5 MM Thick Blade (that’s just shy of 1/4″) so you can slice, chop or cut, and never worry about it bending or breaking
- Ultra Tough Titanium Coating