The Warrior combat knife from Spyderco features a rust-free H-1 steel 10.6" Black Finished blade with a hollow-ground plain cutting edge and serrated edge spine portion.
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The Warrior combat knife from Spyderco features a black finished rust-free H-1 steel blade with a hollow-ground plain cutting edge and serrated edge spine portion. The skeletonized full-tang handle features FRN Bi-Directional Textured scales. Includes a black ballistic nylon sheath with Molle-vest attachment capability.
Spyderco's Warrior fixed blade combat knife is based largely on the groundbreaking research of close-combat icon Michael Echanis. The original Warrior knife was a radical design intended primarily for use with reverse-grip tactics inspired by the Korean martial art of HwaRangDo. Produced in limited quantities by the late Al Mar and later resurrected by the martial artist Bob Taylor and Echanis contemporary Randy Wanner, it is one of the most coveted combat knives ever made. The Spyderco Warrior faithfully retains all the salient features of the original, while adding a number of performance enhancements. Its revitalization happened at the request of our Israeli customer, Guy Rafaeli.
Included is The Warrior Path: The History, Evolution and Purpose of the Warrior Knife by Michael Janich.
Overall Length: 10.675" (269 mm)
Blade Length: 5.688" (144 mm)
Cutting Edge: 5.16" / 2.75" (131 mm / 70 mm)
Blade Thickness: 5/32" (4 mm)
Hole Diameter: 15/64" (6 mm)
Blade Steel: H-1
Handle Material: FRN Weight: 8.2 oz (232 g)
Information from Spyderco
Spyderco will donate approximately 3% of sales of the Warrior to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. For more than 29 years, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization, has provided college educations to the surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel killed in combat or training. Additionally, the Warrior Foundation provides immediate financial assistance to special operations personnel severely wounded so their loved ones can be bedside during their recovery. For more information or to get involved please visit, www.specialops.org