Spyderco Byrd Hawkbill FRN Handle Folding Knife

Item Code: BY22SBK
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  • Hawkbill-shaped blade
  • Blade Length: 2.875"
  • Claw-like tip
  • Ambidextrous tip/up
  • Hollow-ground bladen
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    The Spyderco Byrd Hawkbill FRN Handle Folding Knife has a Hawkbill-shaped blade which makes this a unique curved cutting tool with claw-like tip that overwhelms material in its cutting path. As the hook pulls what is being cut against and in contact with the sharpened edge, the hook winds around material stopping it from sliding off the tip. The Hawkbill blade's shape is rooted in the commercial fishing industry, its profile ideal for downward, sweeping cutting performed at arm's length directed away from the body.

    Full serrations across the blade's length measurably increase its cutting capacity for separating webbing, cardboard and coarse or fibrous material. The hollow-ground blade features jimping at both spine and choil for additional tactile dexterity and control over the cutting edge. Its black fiberglass handle is Bi-Directionally Textured- for slip-resistance in any hand position with an ambidextrous tip/up, tip/down steel pocket clip. Nested inside the handle are full length skeletonized steel liners, increasing rigidity and strength without adding bulk or weight. Screw-together handle construction allows for adjustment and a lanyard hole located at the handle's edge accommodates secondary retention through attachment of a lanyard or thong.


        • Overall Length: 6.812 " (173 mm)
        • Blade Length: 2.875 " (73 mm)
        • Steel: 8Cr13MoV
        • Closed Length: 4.031 " (102 mm)
        • Edge Length: 2.031 " (62 mm)
        • Weight: 2.6 oz. (75 g)
        • Blade Thickness: .093 " (2.5 mm)
        • Handle: FRN
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    WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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