The compact CRKT Squid was designed by custom American knife maker Lucas Burnley. The Black stonewash version comes with an 8Cr13MoV spearpoint blade with dual thumb studs for one handed opening. Stainless steel handles are also Black stonewashed and the ergonomics are surprisingly solid for such a compact folder. A frame lock keeps the blade locked into position. The carry clip is right hand, tip up and there’s a lanyard hole if you need one. The Burnley Squid from Columbia River Knife and Tool is a well built, solid little folder at a very reasonable price.
Knife: Columbia River Knife and Tool Squid, Stainless Handle Black Stonewash blade, Hollow ground spear point
Overall length: 14.5 cm or 5.7 inches
Closed length: 8.6 cm or 3.4 inches
Blade length: 5.3 cm or 2.1 inches
Blade thickness: 2.8 mm
Knife handle: 2Cr13 Stainless Steel
Type: Folding knife / Pocket knife
Mechanism: Frame Lock
Designer: Lucas Burnley
American knife brand: Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT)
Made in China
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