Spyderco Small Persian Folder2 G-10 Handle

C105G2

$209.95 MSRP
$146.97 SALE




Description
Technical Specs

Spyderco Small Persian Folder2 by Ed Schempp

Ed Schempp does something few custom knifemakers do; he combines ethnic and indigenous knife styles into highly functional modern folding knives.

A revival of an earlier Persian Folder collaboration, the Spyderco/Schempp Persian2 combines Western with Eastern knife influences by including a classic Persian appearance with modern steels, locking mechanisms and pocket clips.  Historically Persian knives were fixed blades used ceremonially and for everyday living.  

The Persian Folder2 winds its way in a graceful sweeping profile from the tip of its VG-10 flat-ground blade to a curvaceous G-10 handle.  Lighter and thinner than the original Spyderco Persian folder, the Persian Folder2 has skeletonized internal handle liners and a slimmer profile.  The handle's curves act as a series of leveraging hand-holds, positioning a gripped hand in comfort and in control.  

Located mid-spine is a back- lock with the added safety feature of a David Boye Dent.  Where blade and handle join is a finger choil that positions the index finger safely, nearer to the cutting edge for close- in and detailed cutting.  

Completing the handle is a black steel tip-up right-hand positioned pocket clip, embellished with a gold Spyderco logo bug.  


Overall Length
6.875 " (175 mm)
Blade Length
2.938 " (75 mm)
Steel
VG-10
Closed Length
4.063 " (130 mm)
Edge Length
2.438 " (62 mm)
Weight
2.9 oz. (83 g)
Blade Thickness
.093 " (2.5 mm)
Handle
G-10
Clip Position
Left/Right
Tip Carry Position
Tip-up
Lock Type
        
Grind
Sheath
        
Origin
Japan









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