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This Lucas Burnley-designed everyday carry knife is compact in stature but packs some heat in the features department. It comes with a handle available in silver stonewash or black stonewash, a frame lock for safety, and friction grooves on the drop-point blade for a secure grip. Be careful where you point it.
- On Blade Friction Grooves for Grip
- Low Profile Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole for Additional Keychain or Fob
|Blade Length||2.156" (54.76 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.110" (2.79 mm)|
|Closed Length||3.476" (88.29 mm)|
|Weight||3.5 oz. (99.22g)|
|Handle||Stainless Steel w/Stonewash|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
|Overall Length||5.71" (145.03 mm)|
The Squid™ is an everyday carry folding knife from designer Lucas Burnley of Orleans, Massachusetts. Based on the concept of a compact pistol, it’s small in size and big on ability. Don’t let the 2.25” blade fool you; this is a full-on, tactically inspired knife that’s ready to take on your largest cutting challenges. By keeping it wide at nearly one inch and using the drop-point style, Burnley was able to give the blade a good balance of tip strength and point geometry for utility tasks, packing all the functionality of a full-size tactical folder, into an easy to carry, compact design.
Just like any good gun, you want something that’ll keep you safe. That’s why the Squid™ comes with an internal frame lock and deep pocket clip for a secure carry.
When you’re ready for this knife to see some action, use the thumb stud to deploy the blade.
So go ahead and bring this sidearm with you wherever you go. Just remember, it’s loaded.
When you ask Lucas what drew him to the knife world as a teenager, he’ll tell you it was stories of survival, off-path adventures with his father, and a healthy dose of action movies.
Over the years, he has experimented with a broad range of styles to artfully combine classical examples with modern materials and techniques, such as with his Obake™ knife. Lucas believes knives are a personal expression of independence. We couldn’t agree more.