LANDER , WYOMING – -(Ammoland.com)- Fremont Knives has introduced a revolutionary piece of cutlery for outdoor utility and survival, the Farson Blade Survival Tool. (Patent Pending 29/453,681)
The unique “D” shaped configuration, thickness and blade shape allow the user chop, slice, skin and more, all while keeping their hand and fingers safely above the blade. This maximizes control while minimizing space. Based on an ancient stone tool found near Farson, WY in the Red Desert, the Farson Blade Survival tool is perfect for cutlery chores around camp, as a survival blade and as a game processing tool.
Now available to anyone who needs to be prepared for outdoor activities or survival, the Farson Blade Survival Tool is light weight, compact, made from durable, weather resistant materials and provides unique versatility in extreme environments. At 3.5” X 5.5” X 5/32” it is compact enough to fit on a belt or in a pack, yet enables the user to chop kindling, skin large game, use as a hatchet or assist with food preparation.
The handle is wrapped with eight feet of 550 lb. paracord, invaluable in many wilderness or survival situations. The patent pending design is truly unique, is made of high carbon stainless steel with a hardness of 56-58Rc and has an attractive glass-bead finish. MSRP for the Farson Blade Survival Tool is $59.99, includes a nylon sheath with a belt loop and has a limited lifetime warranty.
For more information on the Fremont knives, Farson Blade please visit www.fremontknives.com/farsonblade.php
About Freemont Knives:
Based in Lander, WY, Fremont Knives was founded to create cutlery and other outdoor gear designed in western spirit of practicality and function for everyday carry and use. All products are made with high quality construction from the best materials.
In conjunction with the Farson Blade, the first knives introduced are based on the exceptional designs of local, custom knife maker “Mike Draper”. Initially offering an extremely functional folder with a 3” blade as well as a 3.5″ fixed blade, both knives offer an elegant drop point design, G10 Handles and are made in the U.S.A.
Visit Fremont Knives Booth 236 at 2013 Blade Show May 31-June 2 in Atlanta.