Avispa is the Spanish word for Wasp. Designed and endorsed by Mike Perrin and Jeff Randall of ESEE knives, the Avispa is a well built larger folder at a very reasonable price. The AUS-8 drop point blade with a black finish has a full flat grind and dual thumb studs to assist with opening the knife. A Desert Tan textured glass filled nylon handle is on the front of the knife and a black finish stainless is on the back. There’s also a handy lanyard hole and a 4 way reversible pocket clip which can be set up to suit the way you carry a knife.
Knife: ESEE Avispa Desert Tan handle Black blade, Full Flat Ground folding knife
Overall length: 21.6 cm or 8.5 inches
Closed length: 12.7 cm or 5 inches
Blade length: 8.9 cm or 3.5 inches
Blade thickness: 2.8 mm
Steel: AUS-8 stainless steel
Knife handle: Fiberglass reinforced nylon (FRN)
Type: Folding knife / Pocket knife
Mechanism: Frame Lock
American knife brand: ESEE / Randall’s Adventure & Training
Made in Taiwan
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