Victory Knives S9/ P underwater pointed with sheath & lanyard 2/341/17/116
New Zealand Made Since 1927
Victory underwater pointed with sheath & lanyard 2/341/17/116
Victory stainless steel blades have a sub zero (-80 degrees) quench after hardening to provide a strong durable blade that is highly resistant to corroding while also improving its edge retention.
The handle features a robust and practical design to ensure a solid grip during use.
This skinning knife is widely used throughout meat processing plants for slaughter and skinning of beef and lamb.
- Blade length: 16cm
- Blade material: Krup stainless steel
- Hardness: 54-55 HRC
- Handle: Yellow plastic handle with ridged grip
- Sheath: Yellow plastic with ridged grip
Victory Knives have a proud heritage stretching from 1927 until today. Edward Goddard a master cutler from Sheffield, England migrated to New Zealand and began designing and manufacturing knives in 1927. World War II was a significant period in the history of E, Goddard which became a major suppli...Find Out More