Spyderco C94PBK3 UK Penknife - 2.93" Plain Edge CTS-BD1 Drop Point Blade - Black FRN Handle

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Spyderco C94PBK3 UK Pen Knife - CTS-BD1 Drop Point Blade - Black FRN Handle

Spyderco developed the UK Penknife after the United Kingdom prohibited the carry of knives with locking blades. They began refining the classic slip-joint pocket mechanism with a notched joint and added two Spyderco features that define the modern folding knife: a pocket clip for convenient carry and our Trademark Round Hole for easy, ambidextrous one-hand opening. The UK Penknife is 100% made in the USA and is available with either a leaf-shaped or drop-point blade design. Both are flat ground from CTS BD1 stainless steel and feature opposing jimping on the thumb ramp and index-finger choil for positive control.

  • Category End Use: EDC
  • Blade Steel: CTS-BD1
  • Blade Grind: FFG (full flat grind)
  • Blade Length: 3.0” (76 mm)
  • Length Open: 6.95” (177 mm)
  • Length Closed: 3.95” (100 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: .098” (2.5 mm)
  • Hole Diameter: .5" (13 mm)
  • Lock Type: Slip Joint
  • Handle Material: Black FRN (fiberglass-reinforced nylon)
  • Tip Carry: Tip-Up
  • Clip Position: Ambidextrous
  • Weight: 1.7 oz. (48 g)
  • Made In: USA

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  • 5
    Perfect for the office

    Posted by Cody on Aug 28th 2015

    This is a perfect office EDC and general edc. Light weight, razor sharp, legal in all states. Wonderful knife. Made in the USA as well. Thanks Spyderco!

    Also, Cutlery Shoppe has the best service. I'm buying all my blades here. Fast shipping and great CS.

  • 5
    Wow, light weight

    Posted by Scott on Apr 19th 2014

    Spyderco engineers have must have said "we wanted a blade under 3", light weight, and sturdy non-locking blade". They did a great job with this knife! One of the best pocket clips ever. I do not miss that the knife has no lock, opens and closes super smoothly. This is a true one handed tool.

    Spyderco should look at making the same knife in a Jr. slightly smaller knife. It would be a huge seller too!