The American Knife & Tool Institute’s annual membership knife is a Case Winkler Hambone, thanks to W.R. Case & Sons. There’s still time for a lucky individual to win it!
The Case® Winkler Hambone is a collaboration between W. R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company, Winkler Knives and U.S. Army veteran and Medal of Honor Recipient Clint Romesha. The Case® Winkler Hambone is lightweight, well balanced, and built for dependability. The curved, flat ground Skinner blade is made from tough 80CrV2 carbon steel with Black Oxide Caswell™ finish. Knowing the importance of minimizing the need for packing multiple tools for different tasks, a glass breaker was incorporated into the end of the handle making this a versatile knife. Complete with narrow finger grooves, a protruded finger guard and a lanyard hole, this knife measures 9 ½ inches long and is primed for any encounter. The Case® Winkler knives come with a Kydex sheath featuring a strong lightweight clip and adorned with the green and black star, the epitome of military service.
Any individual member who joins or renews during 2019 will be entered into the drawing for this Case® Winkler Hambone.
Individual memberships in the American Knife & Tool Institute include annual Ambassador member for $35 per year, (or two years for $50). Distinguished Ambassador for $100 per year and a Life Ambassador membership for $1000 (payment plans available).
The lucky winner will be drawn at the SHOT Show in Jnauary 2020.
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