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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Some small talk...Spyderco Bug Knife

This is one small knife (the specifications are at the end). The first time I held one I thought what a great small folding knife for a keychain. At less than half an ounce, it won't add any significant amount of weight to the keychain that most of us carry, you know, the one that has about 20 keys on it, 10 of which we don't know what lock they fit and/or don't use but once a year or so and one or more of those keys we use to open packages that we receive in the mail or to break down boxes at work. 

You don't want to add another knife to your keychain because it is crowded enough?  Make a necklace out of the Spyderco Bug.  You can buy this knife here at National Knives for only $6.49 plus shipping.  We also have other members of Spyderco's Bug line like the Honeybee and the Grasshopper.  These are all part of Spyderco's Slipit Group of knives that have no mechanical lock, but instead relies on resistance pressure at the pivot joint to hold the blade open.

The specifications of the Spyderco Bug Model C133P:

Blade Length: 1.3125" 

Blade Material: 3Cr13 Stainless Steel
Blade Style: Flat Ground Plain Edge
Blade Thickness: 0.0625"
Rc Hardness:
Lock Style: Non-Locking Slip Joint
Closed Overall Length: 1.625"
Open Overall Length: 2.875"
Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Pocket Clip: N/A
Sheath: N/A
Weight: 0.40 Ounces
MSRP: $9.95
Special Features:
Smallest Knife in Spyderco's Lineup
Lanyard Hole
Made in China


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