Karambit Spring Assisted Folding Knife


Most tactical style knives and even survival or combat knives can easily double as an everyday carry, good for all jobs all the time. That’s not the case with a karambit spring assisted folding knife. These knives really have one purpose and one only – as a weapon for self-defense.

What is a Karambit Knife

A karambit is a knife that curves inward over its entire length. Most of them form a crescent moon shape, with the cutting edge on the inside. The style originates from the South Pacific islands of Indonesia and West Sumatra, and are based off the claws of large cats. 

They’ve gone through dozens of incarnations with hundreds of different materials since then, but the overall shape has endured. Most of them still have at least one finger loop, giving you the added grip and security and reducing the chances of cutting your own hand in a combat situation.

While karambits are originally fixed blade, changing times has made it beneficial to turn them into folders, which is why the spring assisted mechanism was added. This allows you to deploy the blade almost as quickly as a fixed blade, which is ideal in a self-defense situation.

Who Could Use a Spring Assisted Karambit


Anybody who wants a little extra protection as they go about their day can feel more secure with a karambit spring assisted folding knife in their pocket. The knives come in a variety of sizes, so a bit of shopping can help you identify which one will suit you best. 

Note that if you intend to use this blade for self-defense purposes, it’s important to take lessons and practice. There are videos online that can be followed, but nothing can replace an instructor and real-life practice.

At Off-Grid Knives, we can help you find the best knife and edge for your needs. Our team of highly trained specialists are avid knife users themselves and can assist you in your search.

If you have any questions about our products and or want help with a purchase, call us, and we will be happy to help.

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