The KA-BAR Jarosz Camp Turok is designed to exceed your expectations in the great outdoors. Crafted by renowned knife maker Jesse Jarosz, this knife is an amplified version of the popular Jarosz Turok, delivering superior performance in every aspect.
Featuring an 8-inch 1095 blade, the Camp Turok delivers exceptional strength and durability, allowing it to handle even the toughest tasks with ease. From chopping firewood to preparing meals, this blade is ready for any campsite demand you throw its way.
The brown Ultramid handle provides a secure and comfortable grip, ensuring maximum control and precision during use. Whether you're tightening tent stakes or carving branches, the ergonomics of the handle will keep your hand fatigue-free, allowing you to focus on the task at hand.
The included sheath adds convenience and safety, keeping your knife protected when not in use. With its durable construction and sturdy belt loop, you can confidently keep your Camp Turok within reach at all times.
Take your outdoor adventures to the next level with the KA-BAR Jarosz Camp Turok. Its rugged design and exceptional performance make it the perfect companion for camping, hiking, and bushcrafting. Get your hands on this superior knife and experience the difference for yourself.
|Blade Hardness (HRC)||56-58|
|Blade Material||1095 Cro-Van|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
Making a quality KA-BAR product requires the talent of experienced craftspeople performing dozens of processes with precision and skill. Each knife undergoes specific manufacturing processes to ensure corrosion resistance, strength, edge holding ability, and an out-of-the-box razor sharp cutting edge.
Soon after its introduction in the mid-1920's, the KA-BAR trademark became widely known and respected. There have been many versions of how the KA-BAR name came to be, but all evidence points to a letter received from a fur trapper. This particular fur trapper's testimonial turned out to be the most significant ever received by the company.
He wrote, in very rough English, that his gun had jammed and that he had therefore relied on his knife to kill a wounded bear that was attacking him. In thanking the company for their quality product the trapper described using his knife to kill the bear. All that was legible of his scrawled writing was 'k a bar'. The company was so honored by this testimonial that they adopted this phrase and used it as their trademark, KA-BAR.