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ESEE CR 2.5 Knife: Tiny Knife, Lots of Function – I Love This Thing – 1095 Steel, G-10 Handles

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I’ve been looking at the ESEE CR 2.5 for a while now, and after using it, I can tell you I like it and plan to use it a lot more in the future. 1095 for your steel, very cool G-10 handles in Blaze Orange, and honestly – there is a lot of function in this little knife. Check it out and let me know what you think.

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7 thoughts on “ESEE CR 2.5 Knife: Tiny Knife, Lots of Function – I Love This Thing – 1095 Steel, G-10 Handles

  1. Nice review Tim. I don’t have this particular knife, but I agree that a good small blade can do a lot for you in the outdoors. Personally I prefer one in a stainless steel, because I use them for detailed carving as well as food prep. Most days, whether outdoors or in, I neck carry a Cold Steel Mini Pendleton Hunter, and it gets a LOT of use.

  2. Yep. Dan Wowack at Coal Cracker Bushcraft. A small knife is more useful than a huge knife. I usually only need a 2” blade for field dressing deer or cleaning trout.

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