The Byrd Crossbill is a combination of high-quality materials and superior manufacturing standards at an economical price point. The Crossbill is highly adaptable with the hawkbill shaped blade that is curved for controlled pulling cuts. Originally used by the marine industry, the blade shape holds rope, line, webbing and netting against the sharpened edge, keeping it from slipping off the tip. The Crossbill's hollow-ground blade is manufactured using 8Cr13Mov stainless steel. Its comet-looking blade hole is a trademark of the byrd line and is synonymous with the stringent quality requirements, high performance material and manufacturing, which go into every Byrd knife. The handle has ergonomic contours making long term and strenuous cutting more comfortable. A David Boye Dent is ground away from the lock release to inhibit the chance of gripping the knife tightly enough to unintentionally release the lock during use.
|Blade Type||Hollow Ground|
|No. Of Blades||1|
|Blade Material||8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel|
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