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Spyderco Byrd BY10GP2 Robin 2 Folding Knife 2.5" Satin Plain Blade, G10 Handles

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Part Number: SPBY10GP2
Manufacturer: Byrd Knives
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Description
SPBY10GP2: Robin 2 G-10
byrd Knife Designed by Spyderco

The Robin’s intermediate size makes it a winning crossover for both office or weekend carry. Now it is being offered with a black G-10 laminate handle. G-10 is a woven epoxy filled laminate that’s grippy in the hand, is nearly indestructible, repels moisture and chemicals and won’t retain heat or cold. Flat-ground, the blade is made with high carbon 8Cr13MoV and available with a plainedge or combination plain/serrated cutting surface and has the byrd comet-shaped hole for one hand opening/closing. Jimping (texturing) at the spine and choil keep the folder firmly in your grip creating purchase and control even when cutting strenuously or for long periods of time. A tip-up, right or left-hand pocket clip lets you to clip the folder inside a pocket or waistband.
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 2.5" (64 mm)
  • Cutting Edge: 1.875" (48 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.094" (2.5 mm)
  • Overall Length: 5.8125" (148 mm)
  • Closed Length: 3.3125" (84 mm)
  • Hole Diameter: 0.438" (11 mm)
  • Blade Steel: 8CR13MOV Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 2.5 oz. (72 g)
  • Handle Material: G-10
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 716104401659

Lockback
Lockback
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.
8Cr13MoV Steel
8Cr13MoV Steel
An affordable medium carbon stainless steel with a good balance of edge holding and corrosion resistance properties.
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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Trace
Cal
Aug 06, 2016
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Handle Feel, Ease of Opening
Cons: None
Very nice
This is a very nice, small EDC. The Robin 2 G-10 is a solid performer and the frame/handles are sturdier than the FRN version. It is slightly heavier than the FRN, but worth it. My FRN Meadowlark has become sloppy and I have been unable to snug the blade pivot., but the G-10 Robin model remains solid. The blade steel is decent and sharpens easily. A good buy for $25 and KnifeCenters great service.
4 out of 5
Patrick
South Africa
Dec 21, 2015
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Pocket Clip, Lock Ease of Use, Handle Material, Blade Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality
Cons: None
One of the lightest in its class
I went to my local knife shop which stock most of the top quality brands here in South Africa. Overall it's a great knife if you are looking for something light in your pocket. I looked at 7 or so knives and It was the best one I could find in its class. I really don't know it is in my pocket. When I run it does not swing around. Don't let the lightness put you off as the quality is solid. Don't get the longer version as it hurts your index finger when you hold it with intention. I got this knife for self defence and also DIY around the house and work. The blade is long enough to do some major damage if you slash an attacker but not too long that it gets in the way of carrying it everyday.
1 out of 5
Dave
Knoxville, TN
Aug 09, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: Ease of Opening
Sorry but this is JUNK!
At first glance this knife looks good. That's about as far as it got with me. Very hard to open and the action is rough...very rough. After working with the knife for a while I felt like I needed to take it apart. So I did just that. Let me just say...there was more dirt in this knife than on my kitchen floor. Like some one had sprinkled dirt on all of the parts of the knife before assembling. I thought this was the problem causing the opening issues and by cleaning the knife would resolve the issues. I was so wrong. It made it even harder to open. I thinking at this point that the dirt was use as a shim. (keep in mind that the tension screw is out and still hard to open) I back out the frame screw at the blade end and it would loosen up. Sorry but that's not right, there is a measurement problem. Junk!
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