Spyderco Navaja Carbon Fiber
Spyderco Navaja Carbon Fiber

Spyderco Navaja Carbon Fiber

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Part Number:1034-2
length overall 8 5/8 in. (219 mm) blade length 3 7/8 in. (98 mm) blade steel CPM S30V length closed 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) cutting edge 3 5/32 in. (80 mm) weight 5.1 oz. (145 g) hole diameter 1/2 in. (13 mm) blade thickness 1/8 in. (3 mm) handle material Carbon Fiber with SS Bolsters Spyderco Navaja by Ed Schempp Unique to the Navaja is the Carraca or ratcheting sound it produces when the blade opens and closes. Carraca ratcheting generates a reaction similar to the sound of chambering a round in a firearm, distinctively announcing the knife’s presence and has been attributed to deterring a criminal or criminal behavior. American Knifemaker Ed Schempp built a reputation on comingling Ethnic cutlery with the modern folder. His Spyderco Navaja collaboration incorporates the mystique of the Carraca with a traditional-shaped handle made with textured carbon fiber and stainless steel bolsters. The blade is Crucible Steel CPM-S30V with the customary Navaja concave blade shape. Inside the handle is a Michael Walker LinerLock with a textured liner. Outside the handle is an hourglass pocket clip with four-way compatible positioning, enabling the knife to be carried and drawn from the pocket tip-up/tip-down and/or left/right handed. The Spyderco Navaja showcases a form of historical and cultural cutlery made using modern materials and design engineering.

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