Pictus Knife, Condor
The Pictus Knife was inspired by the Celtic culture, who made engravings on their weapons, utensils, and even tattoos on their bodies. The “Pictus” name also follows its original meaning (painted and engraved). The “endless knots” on its blade and handle are very characteristic of the Celtic culture.
– Blade material: 1095 HCS
– Handle material: Hickory Wood
– Overall length: approx. 28,0 cm
– Blade length: approx. 15,5 cm
– Weight: approx. 400 g
– Inclusive Leather-sheath
– Manufacturer’s product no.: 63843
Condor Tool & Knife traces its proud history back to 1787, the year Gebr. Weyersberg Company was founded in Solingen, Germany. In 1964, the Solingen company expanded operations to El Salvador, and in 2004, a first-quality line of machetes and knives was developed for the European and North American markets. Condor Tool & Knife (CTK) was born. Meanwhile, the Condor products have proven their worth in extreme conditions time and time again and rank today among the most popular products of their kind.