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27er Workhorse 1.2063

27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
27er Workhorse 1.2063
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Ein 27er Workhorse mit einer Klinge aus 1.2063 und einemGriff aus Buckeye Burl. Read more..


The blade of this knife is made of 1.2063. With its 65hrc working hardness and the high content of chromium carbides, the steel has a very good resistance to abrasive wear. In particular, the high hardness and wear resistance combined with good toughness (for a steel of this hardness) characterize this steel. The wear resistance is slightly below that of 1.2562, but the 1.2063 offers higher cutting edge stability and is easier to bring to a very high sharpness.

This knife has a complex workhorse geometry. The blade has a strong taper, which gives you a strong wedge effect on the choil, while the blade becomes slimmer and more slender towards the front. The blade has a "Walkschliff", the convexity of the blade decreases significantly towards the tip. The large blade has a high dead weight and therefore clearly supports the cut.

The blank of this blade was forged from a 60 mm thick material with a forging start temperature of 900 degrees within a heat to about 12 mm. The subsequent form forging then took place at a maximum of 790 degrees. After each heat, the blank was cooled to below 720 degrees. This process creates a very fine-grained matrix as well as very small and finely divided carbides.

Schneidenlänge/lenght of edge:


Max. Klingenhöhe/max. height of the blade:


Klingenstärke am Rücken/thickness of the blade:







20mm vor der Spitze/20mm before the tip:


Grifflänge/lenght of the handle:





48mm vor dem Griff/before the handle



Klingenstahl/blade steel:

1.2063, C=1,45%, Cr= 1,5%, Mn=0,6, 65hrc

Griffmaterial/material of the handle:

Stabilisiertes Buckeye Burl, schwarzes Fiber, Bronze, Neusilber/stabilized buckeye burl, black fiber, bronze, german silver

Griffform/ shape of the handle: Westlich/western
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