NAPIER APEX HUNT­ING KNIVES MOD­ELS 46 AND 46D

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Napier of Lon­don is very proud to an­nounce the release of two new hunters’ knives.

‘Apex’ has be­come the brand associated with some truly re­mark­able stalk­ers’ kit and in line with the de­vel­op­ment of these prod­ucts a great deal of time and test­ing has been spent in the de­sign for purpose and re­li­a­bil­ity which has re­sulted in two beau­ti­ful vari­ants, The Model 46, Stain­less AISI 440c Blade and the 46D of­fered in Dam­as­cus steel. The orig­i­nal re­quire­ment was to de­sign a hunter’s knife that could cope with all UK species.

Each drop-blade shaped knife is er­gonom­i­cally de­signed with a palm swell Mi­carta han­dle, at­tached to a full tang, best qual­ity blade, along with stain­less bol­sters.

Over the past two years sev­eral pro­to­types were ex­ten­sively tested and pre­sented to in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als for com­ment. The ad­di­tion of some fea­tures such as the top blade rib and brass-lined lan­yard eye were fi­nalised through re­search and feed­back as re­cently as IWA 2018. This re­sulted in two su­perb hand­made blades, heavy enough to do the job but well bal­anced and prac­ti­cal in the field.

Each one is pre­sented with a pre­mium qual­ity, tan leather sheath. Slim and well-po­si­tioned for a belt, it fea­tures a strong Napier brass logo, press stud fas­tener, and the dou­ble-stitched, brass-riv­eted, cowhide leather is lined with a lam­i­nateproofed goat skin, that ren­ders it as prac­ti­cal as a plas­tic-lined ar­ti­cle, but much more ro­bust.

Napier of­fers a 3-year lim­ited war­ranty and each in­di­vid­u­ally num­bered knife is sup­plied with full in­struc­tions. A bot­tle of APEX edge hon­ing and knife care oil is in­cluded with ev­ery knife to keep it in pris­tine con­di­tion.

The first pro­duc­tion run is lim­ited to just 150 units of each model world­wide, and will be avail­able from Napier stock­ists In the UK from De­cem­ber 2018.

For more info, visit: www.napieruk.com

The Apex Hunt­ing Knives are su­perb.

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