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Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical knife).
  • Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical knife).
  • Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical knife).

Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical knife).

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Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi tactical knife f.p. C64JPBRG, folding military knife.

Use: tactical knife / outdoor knife / military collectible knife

Spyderco MeerKat

Over the years, Spyderco has manufactured (and discontinued) a folding CLIPIT called the MeerKat, and it has a small secret. Whenever the MeerKat has been discontinued to make way for new products, within two years the public begins calling for a Sprint Run short term revival to bring it back. Happy to oblige, Spyderco is re-releasing as a 2012 Sprint Run MeerKat with a burgundy handle. 

The newest MeerKat, just like the first, carries its secret in the locking mechanism. Inside the handle is a pressure release locking system called a Phantom Lock™. The locked blade is unlocked/closed by placing the thumb on one side of the handle and fingers on the other and simultaneously sliding the handle scales in opposite directions. Although not visible, the lock’s mechanics offer a safe, secure and unusual method to lock and unlock the blade that few figure out on their own without a hint or demonstration. 

The Sprint Run MeerKat’s handle is burgundy FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon), angularly-shaped with divots scooped from both sides of the scales for better grip and ergonomic comfort. Its flat-ground VG-10 blade is a modified drop-point shape that is just under two-inches in length with a raised thumb cusp on the blade’s spine. 


STEEL VG 10

HANDLE FRN

TOTAL 13.5 cm

BLADE 5.1 cm

THICKNESS mm 2,4

WEIGHT gr 67

BLOCK Phantom Lock

CLIP

 

ORIGIN Japan

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Data sheet

Blade
Folding blade
Knife sharpening
Smooth
Blade Length
5 cm
Weight
From 50 to 100 gr.
Blade Style
Drop-point
Lock Type
Phantom Lock
Stainless steel
VG-10
Handle Material
FRN
Blade Thickness
2 mm
Country of Origin
Japan
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Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical 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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Coltello survival Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi f.p. C64JPBRG, (tactical knife).

Spyderco Meerkat Burgundi tactical knife f.p. C64JPBRG, folding military knife.

Use: tactical knife / outdoor knife / military collectible knife

Spyderco MeerKat

Over the years, Spyderco has manufactured (and discontinued) a folding CLIPIT called the MeerKat, and it has a small secret. Whenever the MeerKat has been discontinued to make way for new products, within two years the public begins calling for a Sprint Run short term revival to bring it back. Happy to oblige, Spyderco is re-releasing as a 2012 Sprint Run MeerKat with a burgundy handle. 

The newest MeerKat, just like the first, carries its secret in the locking mechanism. Inside the handle is a pressure release locking system called a Phantom Lock™. The locked blade is unlocked/closed by placing the thumb on one side of the handle and fingers on the other and simultaneously sliding the handle scales in opposite directions. Although not visible, the lock’s mechanics offer a safe, secure and unusual method to lock and unlock the blade that few figure out on their own without a hint or demonstration. 

The Sprint Run MeerKat’s handle is burgundy FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon), angularly-shaped with divots scooped from both sides of the scales for better grip and ergonomic comfort. Its flat-ground VG-10 blade is a modified drop-point shape that is just under two-inches in length with a raised thumb cusp on the blade’s spine. 


STEEL VG 10

HANDLE FRN

TOTAL 13.5 cm

BLADE 5.1 cm

THICKNESS mm 2,4

WEIGHT gr 67

BLOCK Phantom Lock

CLIP

 

ORIGIN Japan

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