byrd Robin 2 G-10 Handle


$43.95 MSRP

byrd Robin 2 Black G-10 Handle — PlainEdge


Technical Specs

byrd Robin 2 G-10

Much of the byrd Knife Line is being upgraded through a process called C.Q.I. or constant quality improvement.  As the line broadens, existing models are receiving upgraded enhancements such as improved ergonomics, four-way pocket clips and high performance full-flat ground blades. 

The Robin 2 G-10 is refreshed with these new features.  Its mid-size makes the Robin2 an easy knife to carry everyday in an office our outdoor environment.  Its full-flat ground blade is high-carbon 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with a comet-shaped hole for one hand opening/closing.  Jimping (crosshatching) dots the spine, making a textured section where the thumb rests, creating tactile resistance that restrains the folder from sliding and slipping when cutting. 

The handle is made of a front and back G-10 scale set over a stainless liner.  G-10 is an epoxy-filled laminate with a weave-texture similar to cloth.  It provides secure and steady grip when cutting, resists chemicals, oil and temperature extremes.  The welcome addition of a four-way clip offers the option of carrying the folder tip-up/tip-down or left-right-handed and a lanyard hole located at the back of the handle accommodates a secondary-retentive thong or cord. 

Custom knifemaker David Boye's dent feature is a half-moon-shaped snip of steel removed from the lock's release lever as an added safety feature to the back-lock. 

Overall Length
5.687 " (144 mm)
Blade Length
2.438 " (62 mm)
Closed Length
3.313 " (84 mm)
Edge Length
1.875 " (48 mm)
2.4 " (69 g)
Blade Thickness
.093 " (2.5 mm)
Clip Position
Tip Carry Position
Lock Type

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