The DPx HEFT Razorback is a tactical fixed blade, that looks very similar to a bayonet. The blade of German Niolox-steel is sharpened in a pointed spearpoint. The back of the point, however, is not smoothed. Further back on the blade there are some sharp serrations which is ideal for cutting rope. The finger grooves in the G10 handle provide good grip, even when using the knife to pierce. The pommel of the knife (back of the handle) has a crowbar/pry-bar.
The DPx HEFT 6 Razorback is made in Italy by LionSteel. The knife comes in a Cordura nylon holster with a kydex insert.
DPx Gear knives: Hostile Environment Survival Tools
DPx Gear knives are designed to endure the toughest conditions. DPx stands for Dangerous Places Extreme: exactly where these knives excel. The knives are very solid and without compromise. Are you looking for a tough you can rely on? You need a DPx Gear knife!
Robert Young Pelton
Founder of DPx Gear is author, journalist and documentary filmmaker Robert Young Pelton. What does a journalist have to do with survival knives? Well, Pelton has earned his ‘survival’-reputation because he has covered more than 40 different wars and conflicts. From Iraq to Afghanistan and Chechnya and Mogadishu: RYP was there. He is known for going to the most dangerous places in the world. Circumstances where you need good tools to rely on.