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With the cloaked and hooded skeletal figure reaching out for you from its handle, this folding karambit pays homage to the iconic symbol of deathThe karambit has a 4” 3Cr13 stainless steel, curved blade with a black non-reflective finish and heavy notching on the spineIt has an aluminum handle with a colorful, 3D molded handle scale with an intricately detailed portrait of the Grim ReaperThe assisted opening mechanism can be quickly and smoothly activated with either the thumbstud or the flipperThe death-themed folding karambit knife is 5 3/4”, when closed, and has a sturdy metal pocket clip for ease of carry
With the cloaked and hooded skeletal figure reaching out for you from its handle, our Grim Reaper Folding Karambit Knife pays homage to the iconic symbol of death. The karambit has a 4” 3Cr13 stainless steel, curved blade with a black non-reflective finish and heavy notching on the spine. It has an aluminum handle with a colorful, 3D molded handle scale with an intricately detailed portrait of the Grim Reaper. The assisted opening mechanism can be quickly and smoothly activated with either the thumbstud or the flipper. The death-themed folding karambit knife is 5 3/4”, when closed, and has a sturdy metal pocket clip for ease of carry.
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Got this karambit free with another knife I ordered. Have to say it's not bad. The action is really quick. It locks up solid with zero problems. All the screws and scales are tight. The blade is super sharp. The graphics on the handle are cool but cheap and will not hold up to regular rugged use. I never would have ordered it but i have no complaints about it. Not bad at all. I am a big budk fan. Lots of great stuff. No other knife company has ever given me a free anything with my purchase. Just great.
Came free with my order and I still feel I paid too much for it. The screws holding the plastic scales on were loose and I took them out to add a little LOCTITE and discovered they were stripped. When the knife is in the open position it has a lot of play and does not truly lock and therefore the blade could easily close on your fingers. Upon closer examination it appears that the blade itself is blocking the liner lock from moving into place. Poor Quality, Poor Construction, Dangerous to use
This karambit looks nice. It is a folding knife and has plastic handles that depict the grim reaper in awesome detail and color. The problem here is that the karambit knife is a fighter’s knife meant for hardcore use. I consider this karambit more of a display knife than a tool. For starters, the knife overall is too big and will be too difficult for smaller hands. Tha handles as I mentioned are plastic and could shatter upon impact. I also wouldn’t want the art getting damaged anyway. The blade comes with somewhat of an edge but not enough to slice a finger but that’s no big deal. A few short strokes with a good stone will solve the problem. As a display piece yes absolutely but as a performance knife, I’d say look at some of the other options. Honshu makes a pretty darn good karambit and I also like the undercover karambit from United cutlery.