The Caswell Morphing Karambit

prepper March 22, 2018 Comments Off on The Caswell Morphing Karambit
The Caswell Morphing Karambit

Many moons ago, the karambit was invented as an agricultural tool the people of West Sumatra used. In the years since, the blade, which was inspired by a tiger’s claw, has taken on a new life as a self-defense tool and an EDC device. The Caswell Morphing Karambit solves one of the key issues the blade has faced since transitioning into a pocket tool. Whereas a standard folding karambit requires you to open your hand so that your fingers are safe when you’re closing or extracting the blade, the Morphing Karambit features a unique opening and closing mechanism that shifts the blade out in a way that keeps your fingers safe. Composed of five parts (plus fasteners), the Morphing Karambit allows for one-handed operation and features a titanium pocket clip for easy carry. Completely made in the USA, Caswell’s karambit is a clever advancement in a knife that’s been around for centuries.

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