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Spyderco Sage 1 Gray G-10 Maxamet Steel C123GPGY Folding Knife

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Spyderco Sage 1 Gray G-10 Maxamet Steel C123GPGY Folding Knife
The Sage is a pocketknife that embodies wisdom, quality, and high performance. It is a tangible representation of experience and a commitment to constantly improving knife craftsmanship. The Sage series by Spyderco aims to showcase various innovative locking devices and mechanisms in the knife industry. This particular model pays tribute to knifemaker Michael Walker, who revolutionized folding knives with his creation of the Liner Lock and ball bearing detent method. Although the knife is manufactured in Taiwan, the blade is made from USA-made Maxamet steel and features a flat-ground edge. The Sage has a gray G-10 handle and is equipped with a reliable Liner Lock. It falls into the category of a mid-sized folder and has a plain-edged blade that is easy to sharpen. Additionally, it comes with a reversible wire pocket clip for convenient carry.

Specifications

  • Blade Steel: Micro Melt Maxamet
  • Model Number: C 123 Gpgy
  • Lock Type: Liner Lock
  • Blade Thickness: 0.13 inches
  • Handle Thickness: 0.43 inches
  • Blade Length: 3 inches
  • Open Length: 7.125 inches
  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Blade Edge: Plain
  • Finish Color: Satin
  • Style: Spear Point
  • Handle Material: G 10
  • Use Case: EDC
  • Origin: Taiwan

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