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Warrior, Black FRN Handle, Plain



Warrior, Black FRN Handle, Plain, FB25PSBK


The Warrior combat knife is based on decades old models from Al Mar Knives. This version is both modern and brilliantly designed. The main differences from the old models are materials, amount of serrations on the top side of the blade and the guard curves in the opposite direction.

Spyderco Info: The Warrior fixed blade is one of the world’s most intriguing combat knives. Based largely on the groundbreaking research of close-combat icon Michael Echanis, the original Warrior was a radical design intended primarily for use with reverse-grip tactics inspired by the Korean martial art of HwaRangDo. Produced in limited quantities by the late Al Mar and later resurrected by the martial artist Bob Taylor and Echnais contemporary Randy Wanner, it is one of the most coveted combat knives ever made.

The Spyderco Warrior faithfully retains all the salient features of the original, while adding a number of performance enhancements. Its revitalization happened at the request of our Israeli customer, Guy Rafaeli.

Ground from rust-free austenitic H-1 steel, it possesses the same differential hardness properties of a clay-tempered Samurai sword, giving it extreme cutting power and shock resistance. Its full-tang construction and textured handle scales provide a superior grip and edge orientation, maximizing the knife’s effectiveness when employed with its signature tactics. The sheath is a black ballistic nylon snap-closed sheath with Molle-vest attachment capability.

Specifications
Blade Length: 5-11/16" (131 mm)
Cutting Edge: 2-3/4" (70 mm) - 5-5/32" (131 mm)
Overall Length: 10-5/8" (269 mm)
Steel: H-1 Stainless Steel
Weight: 8.2 oz. (232 g)
Edge Type: Plain and Serrated
Made in Japan.


 

Warrior, Black FRN Handle, Plain
Model # FB25PSBK
Retail Price: $400.00
Sale Price: $250
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