FOX Felis 440C Titanium-Coated Fixed Blade Knife
FOX Felis 440C Titanium-Coated Fixed Blade Knife
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Sami Stinner is more than just a knifemaker; he’s a biologist, too. Incorporating his knowledge of human body mechanics, Stinner created the Felis: a nearly 10-inch fixed blade that excels in bushcraft tasks Read More

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Dutch7
53
Oct 7, 2020
Excels at bushcraft tasks? Got a chuckle out of this one. This has nothing but fighting knife DNA: the recurve, the fuller, the dagger profile and handle, the swedge... Hell, it even says "tactical" on the blade. You'll hate this knife for woods tasks (unless your woods tasks involve dispatching sentries and agro mall ninjas)
RayF
24981
Sep 30, 2020
When I was a kid, SEA HUNT was one of my fave shows. In nearly every episode Mike Nelson would have to fight some bad guy under water--and of course both of them were done up in full sixties-style SCUBA gear. Invariably the bad guy would pull a big nasty-looking knife from his ankle sheath. The two would struggle back and forth for a while and finally Mike would wrestle the knife away and cut villains air hose--at which point he'd realize the gig was up and swim for the surface--where cops in a boat were always waiting for him! I just might buy this knife and go looking for Mike!
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Lots more Sea Hunt here, btw: https://psychosolodiver.com/?p=4187
Tragique
706
Oct 2, 2020
I remember Sea Hunt Ray. Would’ve been late 1960’s I guess? Definitely a cool show.
Mordrid
30
Jul 1, 2020
My only concern is the grip material, from experience rubberized grips deteriorate fast (in the life of a knife). Still bought one.
Leoanger
321
Jul 2, 2020
G-10, is it not?
Mordrid
30
Jul 13, 2020
Won't be getting mine until after 7/30, I will do a review on it once I get my mitts on 'er. I don't know if the handle is all fiberglass or if it's then wrapped/dipped in a gripping material. Will report on my personal view and overall feel.
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Mjackl
2
Jun 30, 2020
Does anyone know how much of a tang it has?
jloh
12
Jun 30, 2020
Hmmm.... Licks blade ... I wouldn't describe it as having very much of a tang. It tastes more mettalic to me.
Mjackl
2
Jul 1, 2020
Thank you, I needed a chuckle this morning.
bobtheaxolotl
103
Jun 30, 2020
This is ugly, looks quite uncomfortable, and is in a mediocre steel. Hard pass.
Leoanger
321
Jun 30, 2020
Beautiful, looks a bit uncomfortable, in a decent steel. Soft pass (:
RayF
24981
Sep 30, 2020


"Uncomfortable" ? You realize it's illegal to smuggle a knife into a correctional facility, don't you?
Leoanger
321
Jun 29, 2020
I like the look a lot, but would be tempted to practice my throwing with it. Already broke a nice Becker.
Mordrid
30
Jul 13, 2020
Ha, I've also done some... "testing" too. I also have had some interesting results too. I have an old Ibuki Kiridashi knife (whittling knife) that my uncle gave me and is stunningly well balanced. Surprised the hell out of me too.
Blackwolf711
2
Jun 29, 2020
It certainly looks like a knife more custom built to being tacticool than bushcraft focused...I would more likely use it to drop behind enemy lines and take a few hostiles out than try and use it to craft my survival, but at that price it kind of adds interest in it. Would like to hear from someone that’s actually used it in the field.
zenzic
23
Jun 28, 2020
Does anyone have personal experience with this knife? I'm intrigued, but pretty dubious about that handle. When they say "it looks like it might connect to a sword rather than an outdoorsman’s blade", I totally agree. But a sword handle would probably not make an ideal bushcraft knife. It just looks uncomfortable. Other than that, I'd probably bite at this price.
No experience with this knife, but there is a reason most Bushcraft knives have a fairly neutral handle rather than a bunch of finger grooves and ribbed texture (for her pleasure?).
florinc
21
Sep 30, 2020
Handle looks disappointing indeed, too plasticky, too gimmicky.