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The War Cry offers the end user a slimmer profile for an even lower line of printing and visibility. Once removing the IWB Loop, the tool and sheath are completly non mettalic. Paired with the iconic Woodland Camo. Each War Cry is hand ground and textured so each will be slighlty diffrent in its look.
The War Cry was featured in one of Recoil's OffGrid magazine articles about NPE tools.
About the Blade Material
"G10 is a high-pressure fiberglass laminate, a kind of composite material. It is created by stacking multiple layers of glass cloth, soaking in epoxy resin, and compressing the resulting material under heat until the epoxy cures. It is manufactured in flat sheets, most often a few millimeters thick.
G10 is very similar to Micarta and carbon fiber laminates, because they are all resin-based laminates, except that the base material used is glass cloth. G10 is the toughest of the glass fiber resin laminates and therefore the most commonly used." (*1)
I tested a similiar tool, the Bishop with having it completly peirce all 3.5 inches of blade through two (2) layers of new denim jean material and into a hard melon. It also peirced a new 1 quart paint can easily, without damage to the tip or blade. The Bishop was then tested on a rusty, 55 gallon drum and it did not pierce the drum. It did place noticable dents roughly 1/4" of an inch in depth. The tip was blunted .030 from the impact.
(*1) Source material copied from Wikipedia