The Strider Knives Gunner Grip SnG with Black G10 is one of the most recognizable in the Strider line-up. Considered their medium sized folder, the SnG is most at home in a medium to large sized hand or being used with thick gloves. Carry friendly for day to day while also being heavy duty enough for in field and combat use. Brand new directly from Strider Knives, Inc.
The Blade: With a thick CPM-S30V blade, there's not much the SnG can't handle. This model comes with a standard flat ground spear point blade which has been heavily stonewashed, great for hiding everyday wear and tear. These feature a deep jimping on the top of the blade ensuring a secure grip during use. Each knife comes with a hair popping edge and is ready to go out of the package.
The Handle: Like most of their folders, the SnG has a combination G10 and Titanium frame. What makes it slightly different from everyone else is that the backspacer, traditionally a separate piece on most production knives, is instead integral to the front scale. Keeping with the hard use concept, Strider used bronze washers and a chain ring bolt construction to secure the blade. Also incorporated is the Hinderer lock bar stabilizer, which prevents the user from overextending the frame. This version comes with a black G10 scale in the gunner grip textured configuration and black oxide hardware. A heavy duty titanium clip is affixed for every day carry.
About the Strider Knives SnG Folder: The Strider Knives SnG Tactical Folder is a legendary member of the Strider Lineup. Quite possibly the most popular due to its near-perfect size for the average hand (gloved or otherwise). The SnG has an ingenious design built to handle the toughest of jobs all from American made stock. The SnG comes in a variety of flavors and finishes making them all near-unique to its owner. Quality and dependability describe the Strider SnG whether you're heading to battle or heading to work.
|Blade Material||CPM-S30V Powder Steel|
|Blade Rockwell||59-60 HRC|
|Handle Material||G10 & Titanium|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|