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CRKT Casper

18+
£29.95
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The CRKT Crawford/Kasper Folder handle shape is classic Kasper profile, ample without being cumbersome. The textured Zytel scales are flat with no swell so the knife won't print in the pocket, and to make drawing smoother. The thumb scallop on the left scale acts as an index point for the initial grip and draw, and is also a ramp leading down to the thumb stud which helps the index finger secure a more positive grip. The thumb ramp has friction grooves, to ensure thumb purchase under slippery conditions.


The blade is a stout, modified clip point of 8Cr14MoV stainless steel, double hollow ground. The thumb ramp features double thumb studs for ambidextrous use. Construction is the leading InterFrame build with 420J2 double stainless steel liners, 6061 T6 hard anodized aluminium back spacer, Torx fasteners and Teflon bearings for buttery smooth opening and closing. Lake and Walker Knife Safety (LAWKS) to provide lock security under extreme use.


It is available with a black or coyote handle.

SKU:
CR6773-$$
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
9.6000
Overall Length:
23.4000
Blade Material:
8Cr14MoV Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.4
Sheath:
No
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel®
Blade Type:
Plain
Product Weight:
207
Lock Type:
Liner Lock
Newest:
2014-10-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
27.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


The CRKT Crawford/Kasper Folder handle shape is classic Kasper profile, ample without being cumbersome. The textured Zytel scales are flat with no swell so the knife won't print in the pocket, and to make drawing smoother. The thumb scallop on the left scale acts as an index point for the initial grip and draw, and is also a ramp leading down to the thumb stud which helps the index finger secure a more positive grip. The thumb ramp has friction grooves, to ensure thumb purchase under slippery conditions.


The blade is a stout, modified clip point of 8Cr14MoV stainless steel, double hollow ground. The thumb ramp features double thumb studs for ambidextrous use. Construction is the leading InterFrame build with 420J2 double stainless steel liners, 6061 T6 hard anodized aluminium back spacer, Torx fasteners and Teflon bearings for buttery smooth opening and closing. Lake and Walker Knife Safety (LAWKS) to provide lock security under extreme use.


It is available with a black or coyote handle.

Specification


SKU:
CR6773-$$
Brand:
CRKT
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
9.6000
Overall Length:
23.4000
Blade Material:
8Cr14MoV Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.4
Sheath:
No
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel®
Blade Type:
Plain
Product Weight:
207
Lock Type:
Liner Lock
Newest:
2014-10-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
27.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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  • 5
    A lot of knife for the price

    Posted by Londinium Armoury on 3rd Apr 2020

    Really I have no complaints about this knife at this price point, only if it was a more expensive knife would I say they could have used a more high end steel. As this is a sub 30 knife I can't make that complaint, the steel suits the price, but I would like the option to pown this in maybe a D2 and make it a £50-60 knife upgrade. It's a big knife in every aspect, big handle, big blade, big everything. The lock up is solid, no blade play in any direction, it feels heavy and sturdy, in all honesty when you have it in hand you think you are getting a whole lot of knife for such a low price. CRKT are not being greedy they really are offering a good deal on this thing, almost makes me wonder how they are even turning a profit on selling such a huge well built knife at such a low price. If you want a Tank at a low price, this is your guy right here.

  • 5
    5* +

    Posted by SM on 17th Feb 2018

    I originally wanted the green handles with the black serrated blade but at the time this was the only one available. After getting this one I'll just use that as an excuse to get the others! I was looking for a decent, cheap folder and after looking through HH entire site decided the was the best value for money for me. £20 how can you go wrong? Really strong feeling in the hand, really well made! HH excellent!

  • 4
    Not bad for the price.

    Posted by Valhalla on 23rd Dec 2017

    Myself and a friend challenged each other to buy a secret knife Santa for each other for around £20. I got him a Cool Hand Black Dog, he got me one of these. I am pretty impressed with it for the money. If you are looking for a large (Manix 2 XL size), hard use budget knife this is a great option. However there are two problems that should not be occurring even at this price. Firstly the gimping not he liner lock is unnecessary and very sharp making extended use very uncomfortable. Secondly the liner lock secondary lock when activated is where I want to put my thumb on the top gimping. It wouldn't stop me buying one but both issues prevent this from being a knife you could use for long periods of time. On the plus side fit and finish was very good for the money and the blade steel takes and hold a good edge. A perfect "farmers" knife maybe?

  • 5
    grate

    Posted by chris on 28th Oct 2017

    this knife is very big but is the best built knife iv,e ever onde

  • 5
    A folder worth more then you pay.

    Posted by Pete on 23rd Sep 2017

    I think I have purchased three of these knives one I gave away the other two I use at work. cutting hay bails opening feed bags and just general outdoor use I say for the price you cant beat the Casper.

  • 5
    Much better than the boker magnum

    Posted by Alex on 5th Sep 2017

    A very strong and solid knife that feels perfect in the hand.

  • 5
    True love

    Posted by Danielle on 11th Jul 2017

    Bought this on a bit of a whim after HH posted a picture of the OD Green version on their Instagram. Only option left was Coyote Brown and I couldn't be happier that I snapped it up. Why does this cost £21.95? Everything about it is quality. As many people have said, it is heavy. It weighs about the same as a Buck 110, but the weight feels good. It is solid and smooth and there is no movement at all. I, of course, dropped it almost as soon as I unboxed it, but there isn't a mark anywhere. There is nothing about this knife that is UK Legal, which is a crying shame, because I can't imagine having to leave the house without it. For now, I'm sitting around flicking it open, sending pictures of it to everyone I know so they'll buy one too. The blade is beautiful and sharp and for this money there is no reason not to buy one right now.

  • 5
    Unreal

    Posted by Paul C on 18th Mar 2017

    Don't read reviews, spend 20 quid and be happy. Nothing out there is such good value. Sharp, tough and comfortable.. oh, and only 20 quid. If you don't then you are mad. Factor in next day Heinnie delivery and outstanding customer service- it's a gift !!

  • 2
    UPDATE

    Posted by ROSSCO on 21st Apr 2016

    After a little use, it is such a shame that this knife (at least mine), has a fairly bad hot spot. There is jimping on the liner lock release groove, as is normal. However, the jimping on mine is fairly sharp, and the release notch on the liner is fairly proud of the scale on that side. The result is, that in a normal grip, the jimping cuts into my first finger. It may be that mine is out of tolerance, - don't know. Also, on many knives, the prominent each of the liner release notch is machined at a slight angle, and the jimping machinined into that angle, to help make for a more comfortable grip. Not on this one, it's just a regular edge with jimping, which would be ok, if the liner notch was less prominant, and the jimping was less aggressive. Sorry, since apart from that, this is a pretty useful knife, which takes a really good edge. A shame I cant use it much, since I have a large blister at the point of hot spot, through fairly normal use.