The CRKT Crawford Kasper folding knife is a large economy folder designed by knifemaker Pat Crawford. The folding Kasper makes a great EDC, with it's desert tan Zytel handle scales and full length liners for increased strength. A stainless steel pocket clip has been attached for tip-down right-handed carry.
The Blade: With it's utility shaped modified drop point blade, this knife is ready to take on most any task. Deploys quickly with almost no effort via dual thumb studs. Stainless steel blade has a satin finish and is basically maintenance free with good edge hold ability.
The Handle: Tough Zytel handle can take a lot of abuse and is easy on the hands and pocket. Jimping on the thumb rest Incredibly strong construction with thick full length liners with one being used as a lockbar. The liner lock mechanism holds the blade solidly open and has LAWKS as a safety back-up.
This knife features LAWKS®, the Lake and Walker Knife Safety innovation. LAWKS® sets a pin between the locking liner and the frame. This pin acts as an additional layer of safety, so the locking liner is less likely to disengage during use. To engage the safety, push the LAWKS® lever forward. To close the knife, pull the LAWKS® lever back, slide the locking liner over, and fold the blade into the closed position.
|Country of Manufacture||China|