Spyderco Resilience™ Plain Edge Folding Knife
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Spyderco's collection of Value Folders, are named after admirable human characteristics. Our economical Persistence is smallest, the Tenacious is mid-sized, and our new Resilience the largest. All three folders offer a high level of cutting performance, materials and construction for around the cost of a tank of gas.
The Resilience has a full flat ground, 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade with a Plain cutting edge, reducing drag during cutting and decreases overall weight. Jimping cross-hatches the spine offering a slip-proof seat for the thumb while grasping and cutting. Black G-10 handle scales house skeletonized steel liners inside, providing increased rigidity and strength. A Michael Walker LinerLock, screw together construction and phosphor bronze washers around the pivot for smooth and resistance- free action. House glass stainless pocket clip is a four-position pocket clip allows the knife to be conveniently carried on either side of the body in either the tip-up or tip-down position.
Feature-for-feature, pound-for-pound, performance-for-performance the Resilience adds one more must-have best buy to the Spyderco line-up.
The edge grind of the blade is a Plain Edge. Described as a sharpened edge with no serrations or teeth, sometimes referred to as a "smooth" edge.
The knife features a drop-point blade; a design popularised by the hunting knives of the late Bob Loveless. The spine of the blade follows a subtle convex arc to the point.
The blade grind follows a full-flat grind with a blade ground with flat bevels that extends from the spine all the way to the cutting edge, reducing drag during cutting and decreases overall weight
A locking system developed by custom knifemaker Michael Walker that uses a leaf-like spring split from the liner to wedge laterally against a ramped surface on the tang of the blade.
An epoxy-filled woven glass fibre that is rigid, impervious to temperature changes and chemicals and can be tinted into different colours.
|Walker Liner Lock|