Strider Knives CR Crash Axe Rare
Item History and Pricing
|Brand: Strider Knives||Country/Region of Manufacture: United States|
|Modified Item: No||Original/Reproduction: Original|
Strider Crash Axe appears unused with Sheath
The CR is designed to be a hard substance destruction tool. The materials and construction are intended to give optimum impact and prying strength.
The CR works as a system. The base of which is a .285' thick 6AL4V titanium head, with .775' thick cantilevered S7 impact bits. S7 is an incredibly strong material, most commonly seen on 'Jackhammer' bits. The CR bits pivot on .312' diameter 416 stainless steel custom made shoulder bolts that have been tapered and crowned to protect them from impact and abrasion. The system is designed to remove all stress on the bolts by letting the bits pivot on the head and strike a steel anvil (bit) against a titanium anvil (head).
The S-7 bits can chop thru brick, cinder block, glass or sheet steel.
In addition to removing bolt stress, this cantilever action also allows for a multi-strike action of the bits. The initial strike is achieved with human force by swinging the tool against a surface. The secondary strike is caused by the inertial force of the collapsing cantilever system. By using this system, the axe is actually working as a human powered Jackhammer.
The user is protected both from impact shock, as well as electrical shock by a Delrin sleeve (handle) that fits over the titanium tang of the impact head. The sleeve is then filled with silicone which acts as a damper for impact vibration.
Total Length: 16'
Handle Length: 13'
Length of Head: 7'
Feel free to impact any surface. (Sheet metal, glass, concrete, tarmac)
The edges are not intended to be 'sharp'.
The heads are supposed to be able to move. (It's the cantilever system).
Its supposed to make that rattle sound. (It's the cantilever system).
The impact bits are made of S7 and coated with black oxide. They are not stainless.
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