Byrd knives are the subject of several bright and fresh engineering refinements for 2010 with improved ergonomics, four-way clips, and full-flat ground blades. Like Spyderco knives, byrd knives are subject to our penchant for C.Q.I. - Constant Quality Improvement. As manufacturing processes and material availability improves, so do the byrds.
This evolution of the Cara Cara has a full-flat ground high-performance 8Cr13MoV blade. Shaped like a “comet” the hole in the blade symbolizes quality and careful manufacturing tolerances. On the blade’s spine is a group of crosshatching called jimping. Jimping enhances the thumb’s grip on top of the blade making cutting slip-resistant. Available for the first time with a four-way clip that carries tip-up/tip-down or left/right-handed, it attaches inside a pant’s pocket where it rides deep and confidently. Its skeletonized stainless steel liners and textured, injection-molded FRN handles provide the ideal combination of lightweight and a secure grip, even in the most demanding environmental conditions.
- Ambidextrous tip-up/tip-down clip
- Spine and choil jimping
- Skeletonized nested handle liners
- Screw construction
- Phosphor bronze bushings for smooth open/close action
- David Boye Dent
- Full flat-ground blade
- Blade Length: 3.75" (95 mm)
- Cutting Edge: 3.25" (83 mm)
- Overall Length: 8.53" (217 mm)
- Blade Material: 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Grind: Full-Flat
- Blade Finish: Satin
- Handle Material: FRN
- Locking Mechanism: Lockback
- Pocket Clip: Tip-Up/Down, Right/Left Carry
- Weight: 3.4 oz.