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Byrd Harrier 2 Black Handle - Plain Blade

The business end of the knife features a satin-finished 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade that is full-flat ground for optimal edge geometry. Available in both plain (this model) and partially serrated formats, it has a textured thumb ramp and index-finger choil to support a forward, "choked up" grip and proudly sports byrd's signature "comet-shaped" hole for easy, ambidextrous, one-handed opening.

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Byrd Harrier 2 Black Handle - Plain Blade

The Harrier 2's ergonomic handle is built with textured G10 scales and a stainless steel backspacer. It also includes minimalist stainless steel liners nested into the interior surfaces of the scales. The liners provide enhanced structural strength and a foundation for the knife's four-position pocket clip while keeping the handle thin and pocket friendly. Assembled with screw-together construction for the precise alignment and tensioning of all parts, the handle also has a beautifully finished sanded back and a sturdy back lock mechanism with a Boye Dent to help prevent unintentional lock release during use.An exciting addition to the growing byrd line of knives, the Harrier 2 not only fulfills the true potential of its namesake but defines a new standard of design and quality for this budget-conscious brand.

While the Harrier 2 shares the name of its predecessor, in reality, it has a very different identity and style of construction. Designed as a practical, functional, and budget-friendly cutting tool, its medium size makes it ideal for convenient everyday carry. In fact, like the Spyderco Endela, the Harrier 2's "in-between" size effectively splits the difference between the byrd line's best-selling Cara Cara 2 and the Meadowlark 2.

In nature, a harrier is a bird of prey that hunts by flying low over open ground, feeding on small mammals, reptiles, or birds. To military historians, a Harrier was one of a family of revolutionary jet-powered attack aircraft capable of vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) operations. To knife enthusiasts, however, the Harrier is an even more rare and elusive species. It was the very first member of Spyderco's byrd line of value-priced folding knives.

Specifications
  • Handle: Textured G10
  • Blade Length: 84mm
  • Steel: 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 96g
  • Overall Length: 193 mm