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Spyderco Stovepipe Frame Lock Knife Titanium C260TIP

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Spyderco Stovepipe Frame Lock Knife Titanium 2 8 Stonewash C 260 TIP
Introducing the Spyderco Stovepipe, a knife inspired by the renowned custom knifemaker David Rydbom's "Bill the Butcher" design. This exceptional knife, manufactured in Taiwan, is not only durable but also delivers outstanding performance. One of its standout features is the oversized pivot, which serves a dual purpose by preventing lockbar overtravel. The blade is crafted from CPM 20CV super steel, renowned for its remarkable edge retention, and features a deep hollow grind for an unparalleled cutting experience. If you're searching for a straightforward folding knife with a touch of uniqueness, look no further than the Spyderco Stovepipe. With a wide range of styles available, Spyderco folding knives cater to every preference. Choose the one that suits you best!

Specifications

  • Blade Steel: Cpm 20 Cv
  • Model Number: C 260 Tip
  • Lock Type: Frame Lock
  • Blade Thickness: 0.16 inches
  • Handle Thickness: 0.74 inches
  • Blade Length: 2.875 inches
  • Open Length: 6.75 inches
  • Weight: 4.9 ounces
  • Blade Edge: Plain
  • Finish Color: Stonewash
  • Style: Cleaver
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Use Case: EDC
  • Origin: Taiwan

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