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Rough Ryder Reserve One Arm Razor

18+ UK Friendly carry
€56,84
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Rough Ryder knives were already a little bit special but now they have been elevated to legendary status thanks to the Rough Ryder Reserve line. The quality has gone up a significant notch. The D2 steel blade and precision manufacture would ordinarily mean a high end price tag but with Rough Rider Reserve you get a high end product with a not so high end price.

The Rough Ryder Reserve One Arm Razor is a great little design modelled on the razor form. It has no lock with a blade under three inches long so is considered to be legal to carry in the UK. The blade is D2 carbon steel which is a favourite amongst many knife users due to it's strength and hardness and it's ability to accept a very sharp edge. It has a half stop action so prevents the blade closing in one continuous movement and is via the notch in the end of the blade.

Tha handle is a Denim Micarta with a cut out to accommodate the "blade notch opener." The liners are brass and the bolsters are brushed stainless steel. There is also a brass lanyard tube to accessorise as you wish. 

To complete the package there is a Rough Ryder Reserve tin and microfiber Rough Ryder cleaning cloth.

SKU
RRR001
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Material:
D2 Carbon Steel
Blade Length (cm)
7.6
Cutting Edge:
7.1
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.22
Closed Length (cm)
10.1
Overall Length (cm)
17.7
Edge Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Razor
Blade Finish:
Satin
Grind:
Hollow
Handle Material:
Denim Micarta
Lock Type:
Non-locking
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
One Handed Opening:
No
Pocket Clip:
No
Product Weight (g)
75

Description


Rough Ryder knives were already a little bit special but now they have been elevated to legendary status thanks to the Rough Ryder Reserve line. The quality has gone up a significant notch. The D2 steel blade and precision manufacture would ordinarily mean a high end price tag but with Rough Rider Reserve you get a high end product with a not so high end price.

The Rough Ryder Reserve One Arm Razor is a great little design modelled on the razor form. It has no lock with a blade under three inches long so is considered to be legal to carry in the UK. The blade is D2 carbon steel which is a favourite amongst many knife users due to it's strength and hardness and it's ability to accept a very sharp edge. It has a half stop action so prevents the blade closing in one continuous movement and is via the notch in the end of the blade.

Tha handle is a Denim Micarta with a cut out to accommodate the "blade notch opener." The liners are brass and the bolsters are brushed stainless steel. There is also a brass lanyard tube to accessorise as you wish. 

To complete the package there is a Rough Ryder Reserve tin and microfiber Rough Ryder cleaning cloth.

Specification


SKU
RRR001
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Material:
D2 Carbon Steel
Blade Length (cm)
7.6
Cutting Edge:
7.1
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.22
Closed Length (cm)
10.1
Overall Length (cm)
17.7
Edge Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Razor
Blade Finish:
Satin
Grind:
Hollow
Handle Material:
Denim Micarta
Lock Type:
Non-locking
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
One Handed Opening:
No
Pocket Clip:
No
Product Weight (g)
75

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  • 4
    Historic Pattern.

    Posted by Tony Cartwright on 27th Jan 2021

    Originally called the One Arm Jack it was designed after the American Civil War as so many men lost an arm in the conflict. The hook at the end of the blade would be pressed against a hard surface and the blade levered open. The lower part of the hook has a sharp point for opening grain sacks. Mine is useful for cutting cheese at our Beer and Cheese parties.

  • 4
    Nicely Different!

    Posted by David S on 19th Jan 2021

    I'd been after this from the moment they were released. Rough Ryder stepping up a notch - RR are great anyway, so expectations were high. Does this knife deliver? Well it's good, although not quite the perfect F&F I'd been hoping to see. Transitions from covers to bolsters not seamless, and backspring not quite flush when closed. Shield fits nicely, but its position is slightly off-centred and it's not pinned. Those minor details apart, there's so much to like about this model - great materials, unusual type of blade opening system, lovely colour,, solid quality. Oh, and the packaging - unashamedly an attempt to ape certain premium brands? I couldn't care less. Nor a bad attempt by SMKW, but I don'y think GEC need worry just yet...