KA-BAR Jarosz Choppa, 9.875" Fixed Blade, Ultramid Handle - 7507

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KA-BAR Knives is pleased to announce the release of the new Jarosz Choppa, a large corn machete style fixed blade. The Jarosz Choppa is made in the USA from 0.1875" thick 1095 Cro-Van steel, measures 15" overall and has a blade length of 9.875". The handles are Ultramid. A polyester, MOLLE-compatible sheath comes with the Choppa and allows for the smaller KA-BAR Jarosz Globetrotter to attach to the front of the sheath using MOLLE technology.

  • Blade Stamp: KA-BAR/Jarosz
  • Steel: 1095 Cro-Van
  • Thickness: 0.1875"
  • Grink: Flat
  • HRC: 56-58
  • Angle: 20 Degree
Catalog Number: 609043
Specifications
Blade Color Black
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Length 9.875
Blade Material 1095 Cro-Van
Handle Color Brown/Tan
Handle Material Ultramid
Knife Type Fixed Blade
Knife Weight 32
Point Drop Point
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material Molle
title_tag KA-BAR Jarosz Choppa, 9.875" Fixed Blade, Ultramid Handle - 7507
Total Length 15
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