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  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC
  • Jeff Morgan Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC

Jeff Morgan 1259 1095 & Antler + Turquoise Utility EDC

$150.00
Excl. tax

Jeff Morgan knives are no-nonsense, backcountry blades with an 'old west' flair, including JM's signature pancake style rivet sheaths.

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Jeff Morgan knives are no-nonsense, backcountry blades with an 'old west' flair, including JM's signature pancake style rivet sheaths.

1095 Blade Steel
Jeff Morgan works exclusively in 1095, a high-carbon steel known for its excellent hardness and edge retention, thanks to its approximately 0.95% carbon content. It achieves a significant Rockwell hardness of around 55-58 HRC, providing a sharp, durable edge suitable for heavy-duty tasks. 1095 is also prized for its toughness, allowing it to withstand impact and stress without chipping. Primarily used in fixed-blade knives, hunting knives, survival knives, and traditional weapons, 1095 steel offers a good balance of performance and affordability, making it a popular choice among knife makers and enthusiasts. Due to 1095 being a high-carbon steel, we recommend you dry it off completely after use and coat the blade with a thin application of a penetrating-style oil to help stave off corrosion.

Quinn Knives' take:
Not too often we get one from Jeff with some lovely turquoise worked into the handle and we love to see it. This is a great EDC sized knife with some real authentic rustic flair to it. FYI the handle does have some shaping to it that I feel lends itself better to a righty over a lefty grip.

Blade Steel: 1095
Handle Material: Stag Antler, Turquoise, & Micarta
Blade Length: 4.0" & 3.4" cutting edge
Overall Length: 8.75"
Knife Weight: 5.4 oz
Sheath Type: Leather
Sheath Weight: 2.9 oz
Antler / custom / edc / fixed / Jeff Morgan / outdoor

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