CRKT Hisshou Fixed Tanto Blade Combat Knife (13" Satin Plain) 2910N

MSRP: $375.00
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:18.375"
  • Blade Length:13.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.26"
  • Blade Material:YK-30
  • Hardness:57-59 RC
  • Blade Style:Trailing Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.375"
  • Handle Material:Rayskin
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:1 lb. 0.40 oz.
  • Sheath:Kydex
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:CRKT
  • Model:Hisshou
  • Model Number:2910
  • Designer:James Williams
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:18.375"
  • Blade Length:13.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.26"
  • Blade Material:YK-30
  • Hardness:57-59 RC
  • Blade Style:Trailing Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.375"
  • Handle Material:Rayskin
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:1 lb. 0.40 oz.
  • Sheath:Kydex
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:CRKT
  • Model:Hisshou
  • Model Number:2910
  • Designer:James Williams
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

The Hisshou, designed by James Williams, is a specialized tool that is intended for military personnel and special forces. The Hisshou is designed to meet the specific requests of coalition forces overseas for a more powerful tactical tool than his CRKT Hissatsu™, which is in wide use.

The Hisshou's 13" full-tang dual grind Tanto blade is YK-30 high-carbon steel, high satin finished. The long, tapered tip grind is designed for maximum slashing power combined with superior penetration. At 16.4 ounces, the Hisshou also offers superior slashing ability as compared to the Hissatsu. James has followed centuries of Japanese tradition in designing the classic cord-wrapped handle with ray skin underlays, which compares very well to more modern handle materials, giving excellent grip under all conditions.

The Hisshou comes into play when the operator's firearms cannot be used, as often happens in entry and search operations. It is designed for multiple carry options depending on the choice of the operator. The CRKT designed custom Kydex® sheath has a patented quick-release belt-mounting system for the Hisshou. The sheath has detents which grip the knife securely and wide entry lips which allow the knife to be returned to the sheath with one hand. The belt clip can be attached with the Chicago screws provided for vertical carry. Simply press in the injection-molded nylon retaining clip for instant attachment or release.

Historically, military swords have been sized to fit the fighting environment. Long swords, such as the English broad sword and Japanese katana, could only be used effectively on open fields of battle. Fighting in close or confined quarters required shorter swords, such as the sailor's cutlass and the Japanese wakizashi, which is similar in size to the Hisshou.

The Hisshou demands respect, and is certainly not a sport or work knife, but it can truly be a lifesaver for the military professional. This is a knife that would have been carried by the Samurai.

The Hisshou comes with a beautiful lined display box, as seen in the pictures above.

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Customer Reviews

Its hard not to love this!
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Cisco S.
04-08-2019
The blade angles, the grind, straitness of the spine and the plunge line are damn near perfect! The blade itself is made well. No where on the blade will it shave arm hair but it is sharp. Its sharp enough to cut paper if you do it fast, cut slow and it will drag and tear. A little stropping might help. Its definitely not fox kukri sharp but it's sharp enough. It's nowhere near boker 2017 collector knife sharp. The boker 2017 is all around nicer imo. It's flawless in shape and it's litterally razor sharp on every part of the blade but the imperfections on the Hisshou are so slight that its pretty impressive. The sheath retention is no good, it almost falls out just turning it upside down. It will need some modifying and at this price range its a little irritating. I dropped a star because the little tsuba cap is plastic!!! Any type of metal, brass, copper, g10...would be appropriate. Anything but plastic! I really like the sleekness of no guard tho. The resin soaked wrap provides such a solid grip i have no worrys of hand slippage. Overall its pretty damn impressive! The storage box is a sweet touch and it looks classy when its in it. Its an awesome collector knife, a beautiful show peice, and would be more than adequate if it was needed in a self defence situation. Personally I think the boker 2017 is made better and just has a better feel. If you want sharp the Boker blows the Hisshou out of the water. I can run my finger down the edge of the Hisshou and in places not only is it dullish but you can feel a slight ripple. On the Boker you can barely touch any part of the super well made edge because it is scary sharp. Like a meat cleaver and a razor blade had a tanto baby. It's awesome! And its limited to less than 2000 peices which make it more collectable. Both are real nice but i would pick the boker if i had to choose and i only paid 108.00 for the boker! The Hisshou is a little overpriced but overall its really nice. As for knife sites..Blade HQ can't be beat!
Amazing Tanto!!!
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Jorge R.
02-22-2019
Very pleased to see how well this blade is made. For a production knife there is a lot to love. The sheath is subpar but the knife its self is simply amazing. Well worth the money spent.
Simply had to replace it
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John W.
12-27-2018
Some while back I ordered all three - papa bear, mama bear & baby bear. Gave all three to my grandson for his collection. Missed them so much I ordered the mama bear & baby bear thinking that would be sufficient. Wrong!!!! Found that the Hisshou is now a discontinued model. Perhaps even the other two. Decided I had better get the Hisshou and have all three again before none of them were no longer available. This knife & the progressively smaller ones are just plain awesome. I'm partial to both the Japanese and Nepalese style blades. Glad I got this blade before it is too late.
Great little waki
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Brandon M.
01-05-2018
Hefty and sturdy, it's a great chopper and slicer. Sheath could be better imo but I love it.
Plain Awesome!!
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Thomas K.
06-12-2015
I don't write reviews that often if ever, but I just had to for this blade. First off I didn't think a mass produced blade would be this perfect but it is. From the finish to the handle to the scary sharp edge this is a great value for the money! The display case in itself is a work of art in my opinion. Very well made and fits like a glove. This is just a collector for me but I have no doubt it could handle whatever you throw at it. I will surely be getting the 2 little brothers of this blade without any worries.
Crkt/Williams-hisshou
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Joshua M.
01-27-2015
Be prepared too be awestruck when you lay you're hands on this blade it truly is a work of art it's worth every penny the edge is incredibly sharp and holds the ability the be honed again and again the handle is awesome it's grippy as well as tough the sheath needed some minor mods to make it able too be carried this is my fourth Williams blade and I will be buying more there just quality and the performance is unreal
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Description
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Reviews

Description

The Hisshou, designed by James Williams, is a specialized tool that is intended for military personnel and special forces. The Hisshou is designed to meet the specific requests of coalition forces overseas for a more powerful tactical tool than his CRKT Hissatsu™, which is in wide use.

The Hisshou's 13" full-tang dual grind Tanto blade is YK-30 high-carbon steel, high satin finished. The long, tapered tip grind is designed for maximum slashing power combined with superior penetration. At 16.4 ounces, the Hisshou also offers superior slashing ability as compared to the Hissatsu. James has followed centuries of Japanese tradition in designing the classic cord-wrapped handle with ray skin underlays, which compares very well to more modern handle materials, giving excellent grip under all conditions.

The Hisshou comes into play when the operator's firearms cannot be used, as often happens in entry and search operations. It is designed for multiple carry options depending on the choice of the operator. The CRKT designed custom Kydex® sheath has a patented quick-release belt-mounting system for the Hisshou. The sheath has detents which grip the knife securely and wide entry lips which allow the knife to be returned to the sheath with one hand. The belt clip can be attached with the Chicago screws provided for vertical carry. Simply press in the injection-molded nylon retaining clip for instant attachment or release.

Historically, military swords have been sized to fit the fighting environment. Long swords, such as the English broad sword and Japanese katana, could only be used effectively on open fields of battle. Fighting in close or confined quarters required shorter swords, such as the sailor's cutlass and the Japanese wakizashi, which is similar in size to the Hisshou.

The Hisshou demands respect, and is certainly not a sport or work knife, but it can truly be a lifesaver for the military professional. This is a knife that would have been carried by the Samurai.

The Hisshou comes with a beautiful lined display box, as seen in the pictures above.

Read More
Show Less

Specifications

  • Overall Length:18.375"
  • Blade Length:13.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.26"
  • Blade Material:YK-30
  • Hardness:57-59 RC
  • Blade Style:Trailing Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.375"
  • Handle Material:Rayskin
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:1 lb. 0.40 oz.
  • Sheath:Kydex
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:CRKT
  • Model:Hisshou
  • Model Number:2910
  • Designer:James Williams
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife

Customer Reviews

Its hard not to love this!
SSSSS
SSSSS
Cisco S.
04-08-2019
The blade angles, the grind, straitness of the spine and the plunge line are damn near perfect! The blade itself is made well. No where on the blade will it shave arm hair but it is sharp. Its sharp enough to cut paper if you do it fast, cut slow and it will drag and tear. A little stropping might help. Its definitely not fox kukri sharp but it's sharp enough. It's nowhere near boker 2017 collector knife sharp. The boker 2017 is all around nicer imo. It's flawless in shape and it's litterally razor sharp on every part of the blade but the imperfections on the Hisshou are so slight that its pretty impressive. The sheath retention is no good, it almost falls out just turning it upside down. It will need some modifying and at this price range its a little irritating. I dropped a star because the little tsuba cap is plastic!!! Any type of metal, brass, copper, g10...would be appropriate. Anything but plastic! I really like the sleekness of no guard tho. The resin soaked wrap provides such a solid grip i have no worrys of hand slippage. Overall its pretty damn impressive! The storage box is a sweet touch and it looks classy when its in it. Its an awesome collector knife, a beautiful show peice, and would be more than adequate if it was needed in a self defence situation. Personally I think the boker 2017 is made better and just has a better feel. If you want sharp the Boker blows the Hisshou out of the water. I can run my finger down the edge of the Hisshou and in places not only is it dullish but you can feel a slight ripple. On the Boker you can barely touch any part of the super well made edge because it is scary sharp. Like a meat cleaver and a razor blade had a tanto baby. It's awesome! And its limited to less than 2000 peices which make it more collectable. Both are real nice but i would pick the boker if i had to choose and i only paid 108.00 for the boker! The Hisshou is a little overpriced but overall its really nice. As for knife sites..Blade HQ can't be beat!
Amazing Tanto!!!
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Jorge R.
02-22-2019
Very pleased to see how well this blade is made. For a production knife there is a lot to love. The sheath is subpar but the knife its self is simply amazing. Well worth the money spent.
Simply had to replace it
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John W.
12-27-2018
Some while back I ordered all three - papa bear, mama bear & baby bear. Gave all three to my grandson for his collection. Missed them so much I ordered the mama bear & baby bear thinking that would be sufficient. Wrong!!!! Found that the Hisshou is now a discontinued model. Perhaps even the other two. Decided I had better get the Hisshou and have all three again before none of them were no longer available. This knife & the progressively smaller ones are just plain awesome. I'm partial to both the Japanese and Nepalese style blades. Glad I got this blade before it is too late.
Great little waki
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Brandon M.
01-05-2018
Hefty and sturdy, it's a great chopper and slicer. Sheath could be better imo but I love it.
Plain Awesome!!
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Thomas K.
06-12-2015
I don't write reviews that often if ever, but I just had to for this blade. First off I didn't think a mass produced blade would be this perfect but it is. From the finish to the handle to the scary sharp edge this is a great value for the money! The display case in itself is a work of art in my opinion. Very well made and fits like a glove. This is just a collector for me but I have no doubt it could handle whatever you throw at it. I will surely be getting the 2 little brothers of this blade without any worries.
Crkt/Williams-hisshou
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Joshua M.
01-27-2015
Be prepared too be awestruck when you lay you're hands on this blade it truly is a work of art it's worth every penny the edge is incredibly sharp and holds the ability the be honed again and again the handle is awesome it's grippy as well as tough the sheath needed some minor mods to make it able too be carried this is my fourth Williams blade and I will be buying more there just quality and the performance is unreal
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