- AVAILABLE IN BOK, PTA, CPT
KNIFE COLDSTEEL ROACH BELLY
The historical Roach Belly knife was a short blade with a pronounced upswept curve and a sharp point. It was most likely named after the common Roach Fish, which had a similarly round curving belly. It was known in 17th century Britain and quite common in the American Colonies because it was inexpensive and versatile.
|Steel||German 4116 Stainless|
|Blade Thickness||2.5 mm|
|Handle||4" Long High Impact Polypropylene|