Raccoon - Crossbar Lock knife (3.25" 14C28N Blade & Micarta Handle) - RCCB32VTMK

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WELL-CONSTRUCTED BLADE The Raccoon features a 3.25’’ drop point blade with simple geometry. 14C28N blade steel offers excellent in-class corrosion resistance and toughness and is easy to sharpen. A 3 to 1 blade length and width ratio, a nice belly, and a comfortable choil make the Raccoon an excellent choice...
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  • WELL-CONSTRUCTED BLADE

    The Raccoon features a 3.25’’ drop point blade with simple geometry. 14C28N blade steel offers excellent in-class corrosion resistance and toughness and is easy to sharpen. A 3 to 1 blade length and width ratio, a nice belly, and a comfortable choil make the Raccoon an excellent choice for everyday carry use.

    CROSS-BAR LOCK

    The Raccoon sports cross-bar lock that is well-packed solid construction. You can fully enjoy this ambidextrous design. Combined with its dual thumb-studs deployment and a well-tuned detent, the Raccoon can be opened and closed with a silky smooth action.

    FANTASTIC HANDLE ERGOS

    The 4.36-inch-long handle offers a decent grip and an excellent blade-to-handle ratio. The well-chamfered Micarta makes the handle a joy to hold and the handle shape is great for both normal grip and choke-up grip. It comes with a reversible pocket clip, the height of the clip is increased to accommodate thicker jeans/pants.

    READY FOR EDC ADVENTURE

    In many cultures, raccoons are viewed as playful tricksters and are known for their resourcefulness, curiosity, and adaptability. You will enjoy having this fun, reliable, and pragmatic Raccoon with you. The Raccoon will be an awesome team member for your EDC adventure and galaxy-guarding tasks.

     

    Specifications

    Model Number: RCCB32VTMK

    Overall Length: 7.60" | 193.12 mm

    Blade Length: 3.25" | 82.55 mm

    Blade Width: 1.07" | 27.27 mm 

    Blade Thickness: 0.125" | 3.20 mm

    Blade Material: 14C28N

    Grind: Flat 

    Blade Style: Drop Point 

    Finish: Satin

    Hardness: HRC 60±2

    Handle Length: 4.36" | 110.75 mm

    Handle Width: 1.10" | 27.95 mm

    Handle Thickness: 0.49" | 12.4 mm

    Handle Material: Micarta

    Color: Black

    Weight: 3.06 oz | 86.8 g

    Opener: Thumb Stud

    Lock Type: Crossbar Lock

    Pivot Assembly: Caged Ceramic Ball Bearing

    Pocket Clip: Reversible | Stainless Steel

    Carry Position: Tip-up 

    Knife Type: Manual Folding

    Backspacer Material: Micarta

    Backspacer Color: Black

    Thumbstud Material: 0.49" | 12.4 mm

    Thumstud Color: Silver

    Designer: Yue

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    57%
    (4)
    29%
    (2)
    14%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    B
    Brian Rossi
    nice knife, a little bit disappointed by some details but it's really good price/quality ratio

    very nice knife. The micarta on the handle is beautiful.
    The overall finish is satisfactory.
    very good packaging and gadget
    When I took it out of the box, the writing on the blade about the steel type and knife name seems like rusty. A little polish and they look good. The back of the blade had a small defect, which was also removed with polishing paste, but the finish became slightly shiny as a result.
    The blade closing mechanism needed a little oil to become fluid.
    A bit disappointed by these little flaws compared to what I had read about the brand.
    However, thank you very much for allowing me to buy it on your site despite the availability problems.

    V
    V.W.
    Couldn't ask for more.

    I ordered a Raccoon in brown/satin/thumbstud last Monday and it arrived Saturday as suggested. The company kept me informed of the tracking status of the shipment more accurately than the USPS website! I was very impressed right out of the box. Being familiar with 14C28N I was eager to see how it would perform in a blade shape and geometry. It was well worth trying. It is a slicer of the first level. The cross-bar lock is firm and confidence inspiring. I only had two thoughts concerning options: what would it be like with a thumb hole instead of the studs? What about a model with about a 4" blade? Imagine my surprise when I saw a YouTube video Monday from Blade Show West.
    I really hope you keep Micarta scales, thumbstuds and the cross-bar lock as options on both models in the future. That lock is what convinced me to choose the Raccoon over competitors knives when I needed a new knife.
    I would be glad to "need" a four-inch blade Raccoon with that lock when it is produced.

    O
    Oliver F
    Great budget knife

    This knife is awesome but I did subtract a star as the micarta was already weathered which was disappointing. That aside, I do enjoy this knife very much

    S
    Shoyu
    Works great and feels great

    I like the Raccoon because it’s inexpensive, so I don’t feel guilty about using it to cut open Amazon boxes. I love the cross-bar lock because I’m left-handed. The spring is tight, but I’m too lazy to adjust the tension. I developed a callus on my thumb. The micarta scales are great because they absorb sweat. My hand slips on aluminum scales in hot weather. The flush screws for the pocket clip are convenient because they don’t catch on clothing. Pivot ball bearings are so much faster and smoother than washers.

    J
    James Fraser

    Raccoon - Cross-bar Lock knife (3.25" 14C28N Blade & Micarta Handle) - RCCB32VTMK

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    57%
    (4)
    29%
    (2)
    14%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    B
    Brian Rossi
    nice knife, a little bit disappointed by some details but it's really good price/quality ratio

    very nice knife. The micarta on the handle is beautiful.
    The overall finish is satisfactory.
    very good packaging and gadget
    When I took it out of the box, the writing on the blade about the steel type and knife name seems like rusty. A little polish and they look good. The back of the blade had a small defect, which was also removed with polishing paste, but the finish became slightly shiny as a result.
    The blade closing mechanism needed a little oil to become fluid.
    A bit disappointed by these little flaws compared to what I had read about the brand.
    However, thank you very much for allowing me to buy it on your site despite the availability problems.

    V
    V.W.
    Couldn't ask for more.

    I ordered a Raccoon in brown/satin/thumbstud last Monday and it arrived Saturday as suggested. The company kept me informed of the tracking status of the shipment more accurately than the USPS website! I was very impressed right out of the box. Being familiar with 14C28N I was eager to see how it would perform in a blade shape and geometry. It was well worth trying. It is a slicer of the first level. The cross-bar lock is firm and confidence inspiring. I only had two thoughts concerning options: what would it be like with a thumb hole instead of the studs? What about a model with about a 4" blade? Imagine my surprise when I saw a YouTube video Monday from Blade Show West.
    I really hope you keep Micarta scales, thumbstuds and the cross-bar lock as options on both models in the future. That lock is what convinced me to choose the Raccoon over competitors knives when I needed a new knife.
    I would be glad to "need" a four-inch blade Raccoon with that lock when it is produced.

    O
    Oliver F
    Great budget knife

    This knife is awesome but I did subtract a star as the micarta was already weathered which was disappointing. That aside, I do enjoy this knife very much

    S
    Shoyu
    Works great and feels great

    I like the Raccoon because it’s inexpensive, so I don’t feel guilty about using it to cut open Amazon boxes. I love the cross-bar lock because I’m left-handed. The spring is tight, but I’m too lazy to adjust the tension. I developed a callus on my thumb. The micarta scales are great because they absorb sweat. My hand slips on aluminum scales in hot weather. The flush screws for the pocket clip are convenient because they don’t catch on clothing. Pivot ball bearings are so much faster and smoother than washers.

    J
    James Fraser

    Raccoon - Cross-bar Lock knife (3.25" 14C28N Blade & Micarta Handle) - RCCB32VTMK