Quite simply put the GSO-12 is a monster but make no mistake, this isn't some novelty item. With its 12" blade length, heavier weight and edge forward design, the GSO-12 is a pure chopping design. The very robust .250" blade thickness will deliver fantastic energy for fast and efficient chopping, no matter what task you're faced with. Whether you're clearing heavy brush, felling small trees, shelter building, processing firewood, or delimbing a tree for your treestand, the GSO-12 is a tool that you'll quickly come to rely on. The expertly heat treated CPM-3V steel will ensure at least a lifetime of faithful service.
Our high quality Torx T-25 style fasteners are precision machined from 416 stainless steel. Key features of the kydex sheaths include: excellent retention, drain channels, and several attachment options with slots and eyelets, in addition to the kydex clip. The peened finish on the blade provides extra durability and is non-reflective. The spine is sharp enough for use with most ferro rods.
- You are not required to purchase a kydex sheath with your order but it is HIGHLY recommended that you do so.
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A bit about the steel used in SURVIVE! Knives:
CPM-3V is a high alloyed tool steel, made using the Crucible Particle Metallurgy process, that has a very high impact toughness and excellent edge holding. Being made with the CPM process, this steel is also very resistant to lateral stress (flex) breakage, making it a perfect choice for a high performance, hard use knife. CPM-3V is not a stainless alloy and can stain if not cared for. Check out the CPM-3V Data Sheet.
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