XM-24 4" Knife

black-dlc-spantoThe XM-18 & XM-24 is known the world over as one of the toughest tactical folders regardless of your mission. Rick’s focus when designing the XM series was a no nonsense tactical tool ready for the simplest cutting tasks to high speed low drag operations.

The oversized choil permits choking up on the blade for more precise work. The blade locks up on a solid ¼ in diameter Thumb stud which is press fitted into the blade. This makes for a very strong lockup as there is no loosening of the thumb stud which can happen with two piece designs. The fact that the thumb stud locks up against the frame adds an incredible amount of strength to the sideways torque of the blade as the sideways stresses are being stopped by the whole handle side, thus relieving the stress that would normally be put on the pivot.

XM-24 Specs

Blade Length: 4.0″
Cutting Edge: 3.625″
Closed Length: 5.625″
Overall Length: 9.125″
Blade Material: S35VN Steel
Blade Thickness: 0.165″
Blade Hardness: 60-61HRC
Handle Material: Stonewashed 6AL4V Titanium with Textured Tan G-10
Handle Thickness: 0.52″
Weight: 6.7 oz.

XM-24 Blade Grinds

Spanto Grind

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Bowie Grind

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Slicer Grind

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Harpoon Grind

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Wharncliffe Grind

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Skinner Grind

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