WAL50764: KDK Karambit Defense Knife
The Walther Karambit Defense Knife features a hawkbill blade that will slice through the toughest materials. The handle features a karambit finger ring on the butt end with grip enhancing textured FRN scales, and a liner lock mechanism. To make sure your knife is readily accessible, a tip-up pocket clip is mounted on the butt end for ease of carry. This knife is great for concealed carry and for self-defense. OsoGrandeKnives offers the wide variety of Karambit Knives with low prices and fast shipping worldwide.
- Overall Length: 6.75 in.
- Blade Length: 2.25 in.
- Cutting Edge: 2.25 in.
- Blade Thickness: 0.10 in.
- Blade Material: 440C Stainless Steel
- Blade Style: Hawkbill
- Blade Grind: Hollow Ground
- Blade Finish: Black
- Edge Type: Fully Serrated
- Handle Length: 4.50 in.
- Handle Material: FRN
- Handle Color: Black
- Weight: 7.10 oz.
- Carry Method: Pocket Clip (Right Hand Tip-Down)
- Knife Type: Manual Opening Folder
- Opener: Thumb Hole
- Lock Type: Linerlock
- Brand: Walther
- Model: KDK Karambit Defense Knife
- Model Number: WAL50764
- Made in China
The blade shape, the only one like it, I might add, is a study in magnificence in a perfect angle between the axis of the handle and that of the piercing point, in the reverse grip.
The handle, itself is very comfortable (I have large hands) and the ring is quite sufficient.
My only gripes, so far, is the width of the handle, making a large bump in my pocket (no, that isn't 'me')(Love to be hung so it needed a 'pocket clip! *__- )
Ok, too thick.
Pocket clip is not moveable; what you see is what you get.
And it is screwed on at such a point that whenever one flips the knife into the extended hold, the attachment screws rasp against my (brake) finger. Skin wears away fast.
I have yet to put it through any real exercises, so I cannot tell you if the point will fall off the first time that I open a box, or not, or how long it will stay sharp.
I put a 'ghetto-wave' on one, so drawing it from the pocket also opens it. The bulkiness of the handle interferes, at times. One cannot simply 'snap' it open with the thumb. Mechanical rotation is necessary, and inconvenient.
It is very comfortable in the hand in all grips (have to balance that with the bulk.), and there's that perfectly shaped blade!
For the price?
I have three! *__-