The first karambit is SOLD. The second one is still available.
Two beautiful karambits for your eyes today: both are solid and well made. Both, however, have a little surface rust and pitting from storage. I have buffed most of it off, but some still remains.
1. 7” overall with a carbon spring steel blade that is sharp along both edges, terminating in a perfect point. Full-tang construction (5/32”) with a distal taper. Thick kamagong scales with beautiful figuring. This karambit really fill your hand up nicely. The scales swell to 7/8” in the middle.
The main edge is 2 1/8” and the back edge is 3.5”. Both edges are sharpened.
The sheath is crafted from beautiful molave, truly an excellent wood for a sheath or knife handle due to its toughness. It is more durable than kamagong. The clip is 1/8” thick aluminum and it is pinned to the sheath.
There are a few forge marks on this karambit and there was some very minor surface corrosion I buffed off. Some light pitting remains.
The scales are pinned through the tang twice.
The handle on this karambit is large enough that I can hold it comfortably even without using a ring, which to me is a definite advantage.
This is a beautiful karambit that will serve you well! 6.7 oz, or 8 oz in the sheath. SOLD.
This second kerambit is in the traditional Filipino pattern. I only have a few of these and they are not currently being made, so if you want one, now’s your chance! Nice, thick blade (between 3/16” and 1/4” thick at the spine). Beautiful molave sheath too.
There are multiple pins through the kamagong slabs on this knife, and no cracks anywhere in the wood.
There was a small amount of rust on the liners and spine of this knife, but I have cleaned most of it off and will polish it again before it goes out.
The kamagong scales are really beautiful.
This is a top quality karambit in a rare pattern. Definitely a style you want to have if you’re a kerambit aficionado! $85.