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Spyderco Military 2, Black G10 / Satin CPM S30V - C36GP2

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Designed by Spyderco co-founder Sal Glesser as the perfect knife for forward-deployed military personnel, the original Military Model is one of the cutlery industry’s most iconic designs. More than 25 years after its original release, the eagerly anticipated Military 2 builds on that hard-earned reputation while incorporating several significant design improvements. Instead of a LinerLock, the Military 2’s full-flatground CPM® S30V® blade is supported by Spyderco’s signature Compression Lock® mechanism, which offers greater strength and even safer one-handed operation. The stainless steel liners that form the foundation of the lock are larger, giving the knife increased structural strength and anchoring its four-position pocket clip, which is configurable for left or right-side, tip-up or tip-down carry. The skeletonized liners are nested within peel-ply-textured G-10 scales to maintain a slim profile and complement its open-backed construction to reduce the knife’s overall weight. A proud successor to a legendary design, the Military 2 is ready to serve.

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4 Position, Ambi
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Compression Lock
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  • 5
    Military 2

    Posted by Richard Krause on 19th Oct 2023

    I really like this knife. The blade is a beautiful grind in all dimensions. I love the slicey "dual distal taper" of the Spydercos. I use my carry knife a lot for food prep (bc family trashes actual kitchen knives- glass cutting boards and ceramic plates, dishwasher etc.) as well as edc tasks so I like the slicey and longer blades. I have a collection of the Paras, PM2s, and Military(s) and Police models and really like them all. I have been waiting for this compression lock Military 2 for a long time and finally just bought one. The compression lock feels a lot less clunky than the liner lock, and the ergo adjustments to the handle are a little more comfy. Of course I have only had this thing about a week to carry and use so far, but I think it is going to take over as my carry choice.