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Quiet Carry’s ‘Current’ Fixed Blade Is A Stout Survival Knife

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May 7, 2019

Category: Gear

For some time now, Quiet Carry has been building their reputation on stylish and well-built everyday carry folding knives. It was only a matter of time before they unveiled their first fixed blade. Even so, we weren’t prepared for just how magnificent The Current would turn out to be.

The minimalistic Current looks a lot sleeker than most of the tactical fixed blades out there. But it offers up a lot more than stone-cold good looks, too — with its stout 3″ LC200N steel drop point blade — a nitrogen-based steel developed for marine usage that’s renowned for its exceptional resistance to corrosion — and G10 fiberglass epoxy resin handle. It even comes with your choice of a handsome top grain leather or Kydex sheath — so you can customize it to your style and needs. All told, the Quiet Carry Current is a versatile, beautiful, and unobtrusive fixed blade knife perfectly suited to outdoor, survival, and bushcraft usage. Get it right now in your choice of three different finishes, including all-black PVD, starting at $180.

Purchase: $180

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