• CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC
  • CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC

CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC

CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC
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CRKT Directive Tanto, 3.614" black oxide 8Cr14MoV stainless steel blade with flipper, two tone black GRN handle with liner lock, 4.829" closed. Made in China.
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Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Directive Tanto Knife, CR-1062


The CRKT Directive Tanto, designed by Wisconsin knifemaker Matthew Lerch, features a 3.614" blade made of 8Cr14MoV stainless steel, .148" thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-60, a non reflective black oxide finish and a notched thumb rest for secure purchase. The two tone black GRN (glass reinforced nylon) handle, 4.829" closed, has grooves and notches for secure grip, a notched backspacer for strength, a liner lock, large lanyard hole, and a four position pocket clip. The Directive Tanto Knife has an overall open length of 8.375", and it weighs 4.8 ounces. Made in China.

Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Directive Tanto Knife, CR-1062
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BRANDCRKT Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding
OVERALL LENGTH8.375"
CLOSED LENGTH4.829"
BLADE LENGTH3.614"
BLADE STEEL8Cr14MoV
BLADE EDGEPlain
HANDLE MATERIALGRN
DESIGNERMatthew Lerch
WEIGHT4.8 oz
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
Product Field 384007
AVERAGE RATING100
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC
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CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC
CRKT Directive
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It's labeled as a tanto, and a reverse tanto in most descriptions, though really it's more like a modified sheepsfoot or even modified drop point. Incredibly lightweight! The flipper works well, but you may need to adjust the tension screw as out of the box you need to add a little wrist flip, or load up your finger, to get it to open and lock. I love the blade design, and it seems like a great design- love the additional finger choil on the blade area and the exaggerated jimping makes it easy to handle. Only downsides- no low pocket clip and the handle is a little oversized for the blade. Definitely not deal breakers, but something to consider as this will likely not be my EDC because of this, but will still see regular use.
CRKT Directive Tanto 1062 Knife Matthew Lerch Liner Lock Flipper Folder EDC
Pure CRKT Good and Budget
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The review of this knife will be the same as the Tanto or warncliff blade. I purchased this knife not knowing what to expect, the thing that pulled me in was two fold, the price and the blade style. I also purchased this knife in the drop point blade style. To say I was pleasantly is surprised is an understatement. The handle is very well done for my XXL hand with ample grip and best of all it's pure CRKT, smooth and slick for a knife. I am a CRKT convert and while all the models are not up to my standards several have actions worth much more than what you pay for and the Directive models are just that.
 
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