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SHOT Show – Winkler Knives

The Ranger and Ranger Breaching axes share a very distinctive feature. The shape of the axe head is based on an original hatchet used by a member of Roger’s Rangers in the early 1700s. It was found Fort Wentworth in New Hampshire.


The steel is 80CRV2 and they are available in any of Winkler’s finishes such as the Tan Micarta on the Breaching or the rubber on the Ranger. Naturally, the Breaching element of the breaching model is a distinct element.



3 Responses to “SHOT Show – Winkler Knives”

  1. Dellis says:

    Winkler makes some great knives and hawks…and they are rather reasonable cost wise. It’s just they always sell out so dang fast.