When you need an easily concealed defense weapon, this Karambit knife is exactly what you are looking for.
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This aggressive Karambit features brilliant tactical details in its design.
It’s full tang construction is built with solid AUS-6 Stainless Steel claw blade finished in black to reduce glare, has a secure rubberized handle with an open hole for an easy grip, ending with a “skull crusher” ring spike-tipped pommel .
Weighing in at 5.6 oz, the blade itself is 4″ long while the overall length of the entire claw measures at 8.75″.
|The Karambit can be used in a variety of different ways
- The weapon is held by inserting the first finger into the hole at the top of the handle, so that the blade curves forward from the bottom of the fist.
- Next, close the fingers tight around the handle, locking the handle into the hand.
- Then, close the index finger around the finger ring.
- And finally, the thumb is closed tightly against the fingers in a typical clenched fist fashion.
|Karambit, sometimes spelled Kerambit – is also known as “Tiger claw” and is very deadly
While it is primarily used in a slashing or hooking motion, karambit with finger rings are also used in a punching motion (knuckle duster) hitting the opponent with the finger ring, as well as designed to be used in a hammering motion (glass breaker).
There’s simply too many different ways to wield a Karambit, all of which are very effective. This flexibility of striking methods is what makes it so useful in self-defense situations.
The finger guard also makes it difficult to disarm and allows the knife to be maneuvered in the fingers without losing one’s grip.
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