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Cold Steel 62NGM Medium Espada Folding Knife 3-1/2" Stonewashed Blade, G10 Handles

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Part Number: CS62NGM
Manufacturer: Cold Steel Knives
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CS62NGM: G10 Espada (Medium)
Cold Steel

If you have been secretly lusting after one of our gorgeous Espadas but find they are just out of your price range, look again. Our G-10 models are almost identical where it really counts and sell for a fraction of the cost of their much more expensive brothers.

Made practical and tactical they offer non-reflective stonewashed blades, non slip high friction G-10 handles, abbreviated steel liners and our incomparable Tri-Ad® Lock. Get 90% of the strength with no sacrifice in cutting power and save big bucks. Buy an all G-10 handle Espada.
  • Item Number: 62NGM
  • Name: G-10 Espada (Medium)
  • Blade Length: 3 1/2"
  • Blade Thickness: 4 mm
  • Overall Length: 8 1/2"
  • Steel: Japanese AUS 8A Stainless (Stonewashed Finish)
  • Weight: 5.5 oz
  • Handle: 5" Long G-10
  • Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket / Belt Clip
  • Made in Taiwan

UPC Code: 705442009276

AUS-8 Stainless Steel
AUS-8 Stainless Steel
A very widely used EDC steel, AUS-8 can take a very nice edge while also maintaining moderate edge holding and corrosion resistance properties.
The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
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Daryl S
Youngstown Ohio
Mar 20, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Lock Type, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, None
Love Cold Steel Knives!
Cold Steel just gets it when it comes to handle ergos and grip. The knife just feels good in hand. The blade has a very nice stonewash and is razor sharp right out of the box. I have over 50 knives and this is one of my favorites! Lock is a little tight when closing ,but I know that it just takes a little time for it to break in. Very nice knife!
1 out of 5
Tom C
Irving, TX
Oct 15, 2012
Pros: None
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, Ease of Opening
Very Disappointed
Had to send it back for a full refund. Knife was next to impossible to open after it had been opened.
3 out of 5
Jul 09, 2012
Pros: Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Handle Feel, Weight, Ease of Opening, Lock Type
Cons: None
good design / acceptable execution
I very much like the compact interpretation of the larger Espada models in this med. version. Same quality materials of the larger models and feels great in hand. Of my two criticisms, one is understandable and I can deal with it on the basis of CS's principle of this particular design(g-10 versions), being the bead blast finish. My preference would've been for a satin or stone wash, but the bead blast simply requires more frequent monitoring for rust corrosion spots. If you live in an area where humidity is high, or can spike, or even if you wear the folder on your person in a dry climate but you may very lightly sweat during the day, you'll likely need to monitor the blade surface often and keep it wiped down. A slight inconvenience, but tolerable as of now. The second issue is one that I feel needs an engineering or manufacturer tweek. On any lockback mechanism, I personally feel the lock bar at the release notch end should not rise up above the flush line of the handle. My med. Espada and a couple others I've seen have the lock bar at the release notch slightly rising up/out from the handle's flush line. Considering this is how the bar will eventually wear, this may only intensify with more use, time will tell. It doesn't affect the ergonomics or solidity of the lock in this current state, but aesthetically it's an eye sore, imo. The bar at the release should be angled downward to stay at or preferably a bit under the flush line of the handle like the large espada and many of the tri-ad voyagers. Ken
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