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C193PGY: SquareHead Dog Tag Folding Knife (CTS-BD1 Satin Blade) Gray FRN Handle
The Squarehead Lightweight faithfully maintains the innovative design concept and compact functionality of the original Squarehead, but in a more economical format. Its distinctive sheepfoot blade is crafted from American-made CTS-BD1 stainless steel and features a single-sided flat chisel grind to ensure the PlainEdge cutting edge nests safely in the handle. A generously sized Trademark Round Hole proudly announces the knife’s Spyderco pedigree and allows easy one or two-handed opening. The foundation of its handle construction is an injection-molded fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) scale. The outer surface of the single-sided scale has a Bi-Directional Texturing pattern to ensure a secure grip, while the inner surface houses a nested stainless steel liner that forms the core of the knife’s sturdy LinerLock mechanism. The base of the molded FRN scale features a wide slot that allows the knife to be easily attached to a keychain, neck chain, or lanyard.
Spyderco Description: Darriel Caston is an electrical and electronic engineer by trade who has been designing and making custom knives part-time since 1992. His fascination with small folding knives and mechanical gadgets is clearly reflected in his first Spyderco collaboration: the Squarehead. A compact, elegantly simple pocketknife with a shape that inspired its name, the Squarehead offers cutting performance far beyond its diminutive size and does it with a high-precision, high-tech flair.
The heart of the Squarehead is its uniquely square-shaped sheepfoot blade machined from CTS-BD1 stainless steel. Its single-sided, flat chisel grind provides excellent edge geometry and strength and allows the PlainEdge cutting edge to lie safely against the handle scale. A Trademark Round Hole in the blade proudly identifies the Squarehead as a Spyderco product and allows easy one or two-handed opening.
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--Brad - Pembroke Ontario, CANADA