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Finch Model 1934 Crawdad Tan Jigged Bone

Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 4.00".

Open Length: 7.00". 

Width: .50". 

Handle Material: Tan Jigged Bone

Handle Height: .95"

Blade Style: Clip Point. 

Blade Material: 154CM.

Blade Lengths: 3.00". 

Blade Height: .95"

Blade Finish: Satin. 

Pulls: Flip / Nail Nick.

Bolster Material: Steel. 

Liner Material: Steel. 

Lock Type: Liner Lock.

Weight: 3.95 oz. 

Pocket Clip: Steel, Tip Up.

Designed In: Stilwell, KS. 

Manufactured By: QSP.

Release Date: May, 2022.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Another Super Knife From Finch

Finch continues to master the bend of modern and traditional knives and the 1934 does it well. Gives you that timeless lock back look but in a frame lock knife!!

Travis W.
great modern traditional

I love finch knives. I love the classic look with modern materials and features. Smooth action, Love the look and performance.

Kathleen G.
Another hit from Finch

Love the knife. More substantial than I thought it would be. The crawdad tan jigged bone handles are very nice.

Beautiful knife, like each Finch I own

I love the jigged bone design and the feel, weight, and action of this knife. It has that same smooth, capable, well-built feel of each Finch knife I own. I will say that the action on this knife is not as snappy as the Cherry Bomb I have, or as the Cimmaron. I can’t fail to snap those blades out. The detent on the 1934 is softer and can be failed, at least on my version. Also, the finish on my 1934 is a little marred by what looks like some extra glue that got smeared when they put the Finch logo in the handle. Those are relatively small complaints, though, and very unlike my experience with other Finch knives. Not big enough deals for me to want to return it. The blade deploys very easily and you wouldn’t see the smeared glue with only a casual inspection of the knife. All in all, I am happy to have added it to my Finch collection as I love the overall design, feel, and quality.

Dean A.
Model 1934

Great looking knife. It’s a hefty knife, similar to the Buck 110.

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