The Lynx hunting knife was designed with the help of the hunting community in British Columbia. It’s a knife geared to making the processing of game as efficient as possible. The CPM MagnaCut stainless steel blade is the key to it’s edge-holding, both in the chemistry of the alloy and the Rockwell hardness of the heat treatment. Magnacut is tougher, harder and more corrosion resistant than the S35VN we’ve used in this model until now. We are phasing out the S35VN blades, and offering a discount from the regular Magnacut price while the S35VN stock lasts.
The blade is wide and thin with plenty of belly, yet sharp at the tip for plunging when needed. The Lynx’s hand-filling handle is still slim and light enough for easy maneuverability. The Lynx comes with either a high visibility orange G10 handle or black G10 as standard, or can optionally be ordered with solid carbon fiber composite. The CF is a bit lighter than G10, but also very strong and definitely cool looking.
The knife comes with either or right or left handled Kydex sheath, molded to the blade. The sheath hangs from a stiff webbing belt loop in either our standard length or an optional extended length version (for clearing of hip straps on packs). Right handed sheath’s are designed for carry on the right hip (the knife is drawn with the right hand) while left handed sheath’s are carried on the left hip (and drawn with the left); choose which you need when you make your order.
While the Lynx is optimized for hunting, it’s also a great knife for fishermen and general purpose cutting chores at the campsite. We did not design the Lynx as a bushcrafting knife, for batoning and such. Use a hatchet, machete or other beefy blade for those jobs.
The Lynx takes its name from the Canada Lynx. Between 20 and 50 thousand Lynx are estimated to live in BC, mostly in the colder areas away from the coast, where they primarily live off their preferred diet of snowshoe hares.
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