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CaraClaw - carabiner knife for outdoor enthusiasts
An ideal companion for your outdoor adventures including hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing, the Caraclaw Folding Knife from StatGear is also handy if you just need to open packages. The compact carabiner design allows it to be clipped onto just about any backpack or belt loop, and is well-suited for holding gear and keys. The 1.1" 440 stainless steel straight-edge blade is configured in a concave-curved hawkbill shape that is designed primarily to make long continuous cuts using a pulling motion, offering precise control. For safety, the blade folds out of the handle and is locked in place with a stainless steel liner lock. To close, simply press the button on the side of the handle and fold the blade back in.
For a slip-resistant grip that maintains a comfortable temperature in cold and wet weather, the handle is made of rubber-wrapped nylon over a stainless steel core. Molded finger grooves provide a comfortable place for your fore and middle fingers inside the carabiner with your ring finger resting on the conveniently located tail to offer strong and secure handling. At 3.75" long when closed and weighing a mere 2.8 ounces, the CaraClaw can be easily integrated into your gear and employed as a back-up blade.
Concave-curved hawkbill style
Thumb rest jibbing on spine
Stainless steel liner lock
An insert in the liner moves into place behind blade to lock it open for safe use
To release, press button on side of handle and close blade
Rubber wrapped nylon for comfortable handling in cold and wet weather
Molded finger groves
Place fore and middle fingers in carabiner with ring finger on the tail for extra strength and support while using