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Thread: Antonini Rescue Knife - good for ropework and, well rescuing stuff really

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    Antonini Rescue Knife - good for ropework and, well rescuing stuff really

    Another item having to go to placate the Mrs......

    Antonini Rescue Knife

    As new, only used one to see if the "anvil" rope cutting feature worked (it does)

    45 including postage to your door (or less if wish to make a lower offer)

    The technical bit is below - unashamedly borrowed from Moonraker Knive's website from whom I bought the knife originally (they are really good to deal with)


    Antonini SI+ pro rescue knife (SKU. SI+R/S)

    SI+” pro rescue knifeis the first innovative frame lock in “Antonini SOS” collection range.
    The special blade has been designed with a long big hole to make opening easy for anyone wearing gloves. The blade is presented in the “combo” version (partially serrated and partially plain), with an anti-injuries round-point.
    Hexagonal hole connecting standard bit of " (6,35 mm) and neodymium magnet in the handle to improve the tight of the inserts.
    “SI+” pro-knife assembles, in one tool, all the most important characteristics of a real professional rescue knife: hardness of components, lightness, easy handling and a precise cut of the edge.
    Each knife is sold with the instructions for a correct use.
    BLADE : Hardened Aisi 440A steel - HRC 56/58
    FINISHING : Glass micro-bead peened
    HANDLE : Red anodised 6082 T6 aluminium
    LOCKING : Hardened Aisi 420 steel frame-lock
    CLIP : Hardened Aisi 420 steel
    FASTENERS : Pivot and Torx screws in Aisi 303/304

    All make sense? If not please ask.

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    I am selling this item as a private seller and this sale is in no way the responsibility of NaturalBushcraft.co.uk or any of its moderators. I promise to use this area to sell unwanted kit, not to repeatedly list similar items in the pursuit of profit.
    Last edited by Greenbear; 02-10-2017 at 04:55 PM.

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    Item withdrawn from sale

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