A custom flipper from David Mosier, the Crossfire has a two-tone finish on both the blade and its titanium handle. Sporting warm brass undertones, the lightweight titanium handle seems like a different species of metal from your typical Ti-handle knife. The S30V blade complements the blade design, which has a clip-point shape that is strengthened towards the tip for a strong point. It also has a false edge and a small thumb groove for delicate tasks, and a tip-up pocket clip for ease of use. (Photo: vermicelli – BladeForums)
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Featuring the Spyderco Pingo, a collaboration between Danish knifemakers Jens Anso and Jesper Voxnaes to suit local Danish laws which prohibit lock-blade folding and one-handed opening knives. The Pingo has highly-visible orange fiberglass-reinforced-nylon (FRN) scales and N690Co stainless steel for its 2.35″ sheepsfoot blade. (Photo: yuolly – Instagram)
The Spyderco Military is one of the oldest models from Spyderco (since the 1990s), but still remains a popular folding EDC knife for many knife fans. Here in this titanium handle version, the Millie features the renowned ‘Integral lock’ from Chris Reeve Knives, which keeps the CPM-S30V flat-ground blade firmly in place when open. With lightweight and space-age titanium, this makes the Spyderco Military a very handsome folder! (Photo: blade_philosopher – Instagram).
Buy it: $298.50 from Amazon.
Knife Collectors Org. Review:
The Spyderco Military is one of the most popular Spyderco knives. Most knife owners find the Spyderco Military to be a knife that has a great design and one of the best folding knives ever made. Read more