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Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.
  • Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.
  • Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.

Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.

€225.00
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Use: collection knife / outdoor knife / tactical knife / military knife

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.  

 

STEEL VG10

HANDLE G10

TOTAL cm 17,5

BLADE 7.5 cm

THICKNESS mm 2,5

WEIGHT gr 83

BLOCK Back Lock

CLIP

 

Design Schempp

 

ORIGIN Japan

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Data sheet

Blade
Folding blade
Knife sharpening
Smooth
Blade Length
7 cm
Weight
From 50 to 100 gr.
Blade Style
Lock Type
Back Lock
Stainless steel
VG-10
Handle Material
G-10
Blade Thickness
2,5 mm
Country of Origin
Japan
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Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.

The Spyderco Knife.

The Spyderco American Knife Company was founded in 1976 by Sal and Gail Glesser.

Spyderco knives are famous for being the most innovative tactical and sports knives. Over time, they have assumed a predominant position even among the diving knives and the boat knives, which are very popular for H1 steel (water-resistant steel) used for these knives.

Today the typical hole on the blade of Spyderco knives is not only a characteristic of the knife (used to open the blade with one hand), but has become the symbol of this American knives company, also visible in fixed blade knives.


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Spyderco tactical knife, Persian Folder C105GP2, folding military knife.

Use: collection knife / outdoor knife / tactical knife / military knife

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.  

 

STEEL VG10

HANDLE G10

TOTAL cm 17,5

BLADE 7.5 cm

THICKNESS mm 2,5

WEIGHT gr 83

BLOCK Back Lock

CLIP

 

Design Schempp

 

ORIGIN Japan

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