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Home Products War Junkie PDK - Black G-10

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War Junkie PDK - Black G-10

by Begg Knives, White River Knife and Tool

SKU 1045489

Date Added 05/16/2022

# Available 1

Original price $655.00

Price $550.00


(Personal defense Kukri)

Blade length: 5.865"

Overall length: 11.655"

Blade thickness: .250”

Handle thickness: .745"

Knife width: 12.780"

Blade steel: CPM S35VN (HRC 58-60)

Handle scales: G-10 (Black)

Sheath: Molded Boltaron with belt loop and break front feature.

The PDK has been designed to be a smaller fighter/utility kukri that can easily be carried on a daily basis. The intent behind the PDK design is to have at hand all the devastating power of a kukri only in a smaller, easier to carry package. A kukri that can be used as a defensive knife or for utility tasks. The blade is double ground to ease penetration and the top edge may be sharpened. The PDK has sure but comfortable top and bottom jimping. The PDK blade is made of American CPM S35VN and is PVD coated. Features full tang construction with exposed and radiused tang edges. This is done to reduce rolling in the hand and add impact strength to the handle. The scales are strongly contoured to give a sure and comfortable grip. The PDK handle is comfortable in forward and reverse grip and is intended to be used both in a choked up or rear hold position. The pommel end of the PDK features an exposed lanyard hole. The sheath is molded of .080 thick Boltaron and features a custom molded, removable belt loop. The sheath has a break front design for faster drawing and re sheathing. Sheath features ample tiedown points/slots for alternative mounting solutions. Sheath has a molded drain feature. The PDK was designed and built in the USA, built from 100% USA sourced materials.

Comes with zippered case. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 5.75

Overall Length 11.75

Weight (oz) 14.9

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Full Tang, Has Sheath

Blade Material S35VN

Blade Details Recurve, Clip Point

Handle Material G10

About the Maker

Begg Knives

Todd Beggs' love for knives resulted in his first successful attempt at creating one in 1983, when he was in junior high school. When Todd was 20, he joined the military as an NBC Recon team member and found himself using tactical knives in the field on a daily basis, inspiring him to want to create knives that were functional, unique and aesthetically pleasing. He consumed everything he could about the construction, metals and materials and design of knives and credits Bob Loveless’s book, How To Make Knives, as the spark that lit the fire. In 1998, Todd completed a Machine Shop Technology Program from San Juan College in Farmington, NM. Todd lives in Dallas, Texas as full-time knifemaker. He also holds the position as a Board Director of the Knifemakers’ Guild (2022 President) along with other seats in various knife organizations.

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