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Camillus

Paring Knife for Peeling Slicing Coring Fruits and Vegetables - 7-3/4" - 4116 Stainless Steel - Unfinished Kit

Item #187703 Model 19617
Regular price $15.99
Sale price $15.99 Regular price $15.99
The paring knife is a must-have tool for the kitchen, a necessity for all of those small, delicate items needing to be peeled, sliced and diced. Now y. . . View More Details

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The paring knife is a must-have tool for the kitchen, a necessity for all of those small, delicate items needing to be peeled, sliced and diced. Now you can make your own custom paring knife with this blank from Camillus®. The 3-1/2" blade (7-3/4" overall length) is constructed from German ThyssenKrupp 4116 stainless steel that features a good balance between carbon and chromium, which is the secret behind its exceptional corrosion resistance, edge retention and added strength. Designed for the chef at heart, this knife would make a great gift for the cook in your family. Shape, mount and finish your custom handle for a truly one-of-a-kind, high-quality knife. Scale material (handle) and epoxy are sold separately.


Features:



  • 3-1/2" blade, perfect for peeling, slicing and dicing fruits and vegetables
  • German 4116 stainless steel, excellent corrosion resistance, edge retention and strength
  • Create a one-of-a-kind knife
  • Design and make your own custom handle


Specifications:



  • Overall Length: 7-3/4"
  • Blade Length: 3-1/2"
  • Blade Material: German ThyssenKrupp 4116 stainless steel


What’s Included:



  • (1) Camillus® Paring knife blade blank
  • (3) Rivets


Notes:



  • Knife scale/handle material sold separately.
  • Hand wash your blades with gentle dish soap, rinse clean and towel dry immediately.
  • Hone your blades with a steel or ceramic rod weekly to keep them sharp. We recommend sharpening your blades with a whetstone at an angle of 15° to 20°.
  • CAUTION: DO NOT chop bone or use this knife on a hard surface like a glass cutting board, tile or granite.


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