Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara2 Golding Knife, Stainless Steel Blade, G-10 Handle

Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara2 Golding Knife, Stainless Steel Blade, G-10 Handle

Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara2 Golding Knife, Stainless Steel Blade, G-10 Handle Spyderco
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Spyderco Byrd Cara Cara2 Golding Knife, Stainless Steel Blade, G-10 Handle

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The latest evolution of the Cara Cara is the Cara Cara2 with a G-10 handle.

Upgrade alert! Byrd knives are the subject of a number of engineering refinements with improved ergonomics, four-way clips and full-flat ground blades. Like Spyderco knives, Byrd knives are subject to our penchant for C.Q.I. - Constant Quality Improvement. As manufacturing processes and material availability improves, so do the Byrds.
 
Another evolution of the Cara Cara is the Cara Cara2 with a G-10 handle. It has a full-flat ground high performance 8Cr13MoV blade. Shaped like a "comet" the hole in the blade symbolizes quality and careful manufacturing tolerances.  On the blade's spine is a group of crosshatching called jimping. Jimping enhances the thumb's grip on top of the blade making cutting slip-resistant. Available for the first time with a four-way clip that carries tip-up/tip down or left/right-handed, it attaches inside a pant's pocket where it rides deep and confidently. A finger choil enhances the ergonomic G-10 handle adding comfort and control. Mid-positioned back lock has a David Boye cut away dent, a safety feature allowing the handle to be tightly gripped without unintentionally releasing the lock.

Features:
  • 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel Blade
  • Crosshatching a.k.a. Jimping on Blade Spine
  • G-10 Handle Material
  • Mid-Positioned Back Lock
  • David Boye Cut Away Dent
  • Four-Way Clip
Specifications:
  • Overall Length: 8.5" (216 mm)
  • Blade Length: 3.75" (95 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.125" (3 mm)
  • Cutting Edge: 3.188" (81 mm)
  • Closed Length: 4.75" (121 mm)
  • Weight: 4.25 oz. (121 g)

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    the clip on my knife moves from side to side. Is it supposed to?
    Asked on 1/24/2014 by Keith from Winter Park, Fl

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      A:

      Try to tighten the screws that attach the clip. Sometimes they can work loose.

      Answered on 1/27/2014 by Anonymous
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