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The Capucin is considered one of the oldest French knives and originally comes from the Pyrenees....
The Capucin is considered one of the oldest French knives and originally comes from the Pyrenees. The extended blade back slides into the notch on the handle. When the knife is open, the user's hand or thumb pushes the tang and thus prevents the blade from folding back. The provided wrench helps you to adjust the blade to your individual needs. The blade is made of rustproof 1.4116 steel with a hardness of 55 HRC.
The company was founded in 1902 by Blaise Dozorme in Thiers, the knife capital of France. This family-run company combines traditional craftsmanship that has been passed down through the years with modern manufacturing technology. Thus, the range includes both traditional folding knives as well as new interpretations of regional knives. Even cutlery and flatware for the table are offered.
- Blade length85 mm
- Blade thickness2.5 mm
- Overall length220 mm
- Weight55 g
- Scales materialOlive Wood
Article late December 2016 Item in stock
€31.00 per piece
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