Linder ATS 34 Nicker

(2 customer reviews)




Linder Solingen

Blade length

Blade material

ATS 34 stainless - forged

Blade hardness

60 Rockwell

Blade strength

3.6 mm

overall length

22.1 cm

Handle length

11.8 cm


136 g


On both sides

Handle material


Immediately available for dispatch, delivery time 2-4 days

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Made in Solingen. This article is manufactured in Solingen. Made in Solingen. This article is manufactured in Solingen.



  • Rust-resistant ATS 34 steel blade
  • Ice-hardened vacuum, Rockwell hardness 60 °
  •  Rivet covers made of nickel silver
  • Including leather sheath


Linder ATS 34 Jagdnicker:

The Linder ATS 34 Nicker is the winner of the IWA 2007 International Knife Award (Outdoor). This super knife has a blade made of rustproof ATS 34 steel with 60º Rockwell hardness! The handle is made of real stag horn with rivet covers made of nickel silver. The total length is 22.1 cm, including 11.8 cm handle length and 10.3 cm blade length. The blade thickness is 3.6 mm and the weight is 136g. The Linder ATS 34 Nicker is a high-quality hunting knife that can be used in many ways.

The scope of delivery includes a leather safety sheath with a plastic insert and a leather sheath.


Linder Solingen:

At the beginning of the 19th century, Napoleon introduced absolute freedom of trade. For the trades, this meant that they were allowed to do their work even without belonging to a guild. Many took advantage of the opportunity presented to them and founded new companies. One of these companies was the knife manufacturer Linder, a small family business. This was passed on from father to son through the generations and so it came about that at the beginning of the 20th century Carl W. Linder was the owner. He expanded the family business and was even able to have it entered in the commercial register. After his death, cutler Paul Rosenkaimer showed interest in buying Linder. The widow Linder finally sold to him in 1937.

Almost a century has passed since then and the Rosenkaimer family made Linder great. Linder®, Linder-Messer® and Rehwappen® are now registered trademarks of the company. The range has also multiplied, from simple hunting knives to elaborate outdoor knives to knife knives, there is something for every outdoor fan. Linder convinces in Solingen with its high quality and high-quality workmanship. Linder knives are impressive!

2 reviews for Linder ATS 34 Nicker

  1. Maik -

    A great knife and fast delivery

  2. Simon -

    The Linder ATS 34 Nicker is my daily companion, both privately and professionally. Its sharp and very sharp-edged blade is up to all the requirements I need. To the best of my knowledge, the knife complies with current legal requirements and can therefore be worn in public areas without hesitation.
    The only negative point and we are talking about whining at a high level, the vagina could be a bit higher quality.

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