Neil Roberts Warrior

SKU
136000
Date Added:
07/24/13
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Price: $360.00
Overview
The Neil Roberts Warrior Knife is dedicated to the memory of Petty Officer First Class Neil Roberts, killed in action during Operation Anaconda, Afghanistan 2002, and the first SEAL to lose his life in action since 1989. The engraving on this knife reads "Neil Roberts BUD/S Class 184".

This knife comes with a tan sheath. Excellent condition. Comes with original box and papers, Dated September 29, 2008. Blade Steel: S30V
Product Details
  • Blade Length
    6.25
  • Overall Length
    11.5
  • Weight (oz)
    12.7
  • Source
    Previously Owned
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Full Tang, Has Sheath
  • Blade Material
    S30V
  • Blade Details
    Drop Point, Recurve, Spear Point
  • Handle Material
    Micarta
  • Other Details
    Tactical
ABOUT THE MAKER
Harsey, Bill
Bill Harsey is a custom knife maker, designing and crafting one-of-a-kind folding and fixed blade knives, often to order. He is best known for his collaboration projects, in which he serves as knife designer for various knife companies. One of Harsey's most significant designs was that of the Yarborough Knife, which is named after Lt. Gen. William P. Yarborough, known as the "father of modern Special Forces." The Yarborough Knife is presented to each graduate of the United States Army Special Forces Qualification Course, with each of these knives possessing its own serial number, and logged in an official record book maintained by the United States Army Special Operations Command.
Reeve, Chris
Chris Reeve Knives began operations on January 1, 1984, in a one-car garage in Durban, South Africa, when Chris moved from full-time Tool and Die Maker/part time knife maker to full-time knife maker. For a couple years he was the only employee but gradually and steadily, the company has grown to reach its present position as a well equipped manufacturing company and a noted brand in the industry. The road between 1984 and today has not always been smooth. For many years, the endeavor was under-funded but with determination, Chris and Anne put all they had into producing the best knives possible, within the resources available. In March 1989, they moved from their native South Africa and settled in Boise, Idaho. That move in itself was a major undertaking but vital for the future of the company. Chris has always "pushed the envelope". Whether on a motorcycle or behind a belt grinder, he dreamed of being a world champion. He did not win a motorcycle world championship but in many respects, the standing of CRK today represents one. His induction into the Cutlery Hall of Fame in June 2015 could be considered his championship trophy. The single thought in Chris' mind has always been to design every model with deliberation, taking into account how the knife works, its intended purpose and the most appropriate materials. On this foundation, CRK is a vibrant business, has a great staff of well-trained employees, and remains a company with a worldwide reputation for raising the standards bar - "pushing the envelope" - for the industry.
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