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Cold Steel Recon 1 G-10 Handle with Tanto Point and Black Blade
Cold Steel is famous for raising the bar in the knife industry and our Recon 1 tactical folders are setting a standard that's hard to beat. Why? Because they are as tough as nails and will cut like a chain saw! Every facet of their construction has been over engineered to make them as strong, durable and effective as humanly possible. The blades are made out of imported Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel that's been vacuum heat treated and sub-zero quenched and the handles feature G-10 laminate scales artfully contoured and scalloped for a terrific non slip grip.
Cold Steel is famous for raising the bar in the knife industry. The Recon 1 continues the trend with its tough-as-nails build and chainsaw-like performance, setting a standard that's tough to beat. Every facet of the Recon 1's construction has been over-engineered to make it as strong, durable, and effective as humanly possible. The blade is made of imported Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel that's been vacuum heat treated and sub-zero quenched, while the handle features G-10 laminate scales artfully contoured and scalloped to produce a superior nonslip grip. Plus, the knife is held together by the latest in high-strength mechanical fasteners and further anchored by a 6061 heat-treated spacer.
To complement the knife's tactical mission, Cold Steel gave the Recon 1 a tough, black Teflon finish, which gives the blade three major tactical advantages. First, it helps the blade resist rust. Second, it eliminates glare and light reflections, which otherwise might give the user away. And third, Teflon is a superior lubricant, which causes the blade to slip through even tough material with markedly less friction. This means you can cut deeper and far longer than with the non-Teflon coated blade. Cold Steel also added a thumb disc and extra-strong pocket clip, making the Recon 1 easy to open and carry. The clip is completely ambidextrous, and its small size is designed to keep the palm comfortable under protracted use. Finally, the knife is outfitted with the company's revolutionary Tri Ad lock, which practically eliminates lock failure.
Blade length: 4 inches
Blade thickness: 3.5mm
Overall length: 9-3/8 inches
Steel: Japanese Aus 8A stainless with black Teflon finish
Handle: 5-3/8-inch Long G-10
Pocket clip: Stainless pocket/belt clip
Weight: 5.3 ounces
North American Nebula
A wide-field shot of the northeastern region of the constellation Cygnus showing the North American Nebula, a faint trace of the Pelican Nebula, and the nebulous patches surrounding the star Sadr (gamma Cyg). This image is best viewed in the Flickr light box (press the "L" key to toggle the light box and optionally click on the "View all sizes" menu item to see the image at its largest size).
Captured on October 19, 2011 between 10:07PM and 10:48PM PDT from a moderately dark-sky location using a Nikon D5100 DSLR (ISO 2000, 2 minute exposure x 13) and an AF Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8D lens set to aperture f/2.8. Tracking provided by a hand-driven, barn-door type mount (two boards, a hinge, and a screw you turn by hand). Image stack created with DeepSkyStacker using thirteen image frames combined with four dark frames (no flats or bias).
This is a full-frame image (uncropped) showing nearly the entire coverage of the 50mm lens on the Nikon DX-format sensor ("nearly" because about 3% of the angle of view was lost to remove field rotation within the stack of images).
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