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Byrd Crossbill Stainless Plain Edge Knife

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  • Heavy-duty handle is constructed of satin-finished stainless steel with chamfered edges
  • Signature -Inch Comet Hole -Inch blade hole provides ambidextrous one-handed opening
  • Hollow-ground 8Cr13Mov stainless steel blade with plain (PlainEdge) cutting edge
  • Mid-positioned back lock with David Boye Dent locks blade securely open and prevents accidental closure
  • Two-position pocket clip supports tip-up/tip-down, right-side carry
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number BY07P
Item Weight7.8 ounces
Product Dimensions10 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberBY07P
Size7.63 in.
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Blade EdgePlain
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB001AXFVSM
Best Sellers Rank #28,846 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 8, 2005
  
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Product Description

Spyderco's byrd line of knives feature the same outstanding design, engineering, and attention to detail as our other knives, but at economical prices that everyone can afford. The Crossbill is a mid-sized folder that provides aggressive cutting power with a hollow-ground hawkbill blade. Precision machined from 8Cr13Mov stainless steel, the blade features and an unsharpened swedge on the spine and the byrd line's signature -Inch Comet Hole -Inch cutout that provides positive, ambidextrous one-handed opening. This version of the Crossbill has a solid stainless steel handle with chamfered edges for a comfortable, secure grip. Satin finished and featuring three attractive, weight-reducing cutouts, the handle provides an excellent surface for engraving or embellishment. A stout, mid-positioned back lock mechanism and David Boye Dent guarantee a safe, secure blade lock-up. A two-way pocket clip supports right-handed, tip-up or tip-down carry.

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It's a great knife.
DeSade
The other part was another amazing spyderco knife.
DVJ357
It is sharp, stylish and super cool looking.
Eric Wentz

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mlitty on September 3, 2007
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Pros: Great shape makes cutting easier, clip is reversible, holds a cutting edge very well. comfortable grip, easy one-handed open, very solid locking mechanism.

Cons: a little big and a bit heavy.

I've been carrying thin a Gerber 2"blade for about 20 years. It's a nice knife, but I wanted something with a clip to keep it out of my pocket, and something with a longer cutting edge.

This Spyderco Crossbill is nearly perfect. The grip is comfortable and the shape prevents slipping. The bird's eye shaped hole in the blade makes one handed opening very quick and simple. The reversible clip makes point up or point down clipping simple. It came razor sharp, literally. I shaved off a little hair on my arm to test it.

The locking mechanism keeps your hands out of the way of the blade and it's recessed to prevent accidental unlocking.

Most of all I love the curved blade. The shape look a little menacing, but really it's the perfect utility shape. The shape of the blade makes slicing through cloth, cardboard, rope, or just about anything a bit easier because the pulling motion of cutting applies a solid pressure for the full length of the blade, all of the way to the tip. This is unlike a standard curved blade where the pressure decreases as the cut moves toward the tip that curves away from the cut.

It's full stainless steel construction is a little heavy. It feels good in the hand, but a bit large in the pocket.

I can't imagine it would ever break, but if I ever lose it, I'll definitely buy another.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Eric Wentz on January 9, 2013
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I get a compliment on this knife at least once a week. It is sharp, stylish and super cool looking. When taking this knife out you know you mean business. Whether it is to cut open a box, slice up some rope, to fine cutting like using an x-acto knife or cutting boxes down to size, this knife does it all. Has a great look that can be laser engraved for gifts or personalize it for your own tastes or to let your friends know this is your knife with a "Property of _______" placed on it. I like that it is also a lock back knife because I have had knives in the past that are frame lock or liner lock and that mechanism has failed and I got cut. It snaps into place and you know it will stay open until you release the lock and since it is so sturdy it makes you use both hands to close it so you do not run the risk of cutting yourself. Can be deployed quickly with gripping the hole on the blade and snapping downward with some force for one handed opening if needed. Can also be carried blade up or down left or right pocket because the pocket clip is removable and there are pre-installed holes for relocation or looks good completely devoid of pocket clip. I would but again and again and again. Very easy to sharpen with Accusharp knife sharpener as well, which made it sharper than I received which I didn't think was possible.
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This was my first Byrd brand knife. I'd never had a Spyderco because they were pricier than the Kershaws & Cold Steels that had served me well so why spend more, right?

The story of" Byrd" however is both fascinating & informative for the interested a knife consumer/collector. Basically, Spyderco was seeing a flood of cheap Chinese copies of their own designs (all made in the USA). So they decided to kill the copycats by starting their own line of Chinese made, Spyderco designed knives constructed with cheaper (yet perfectly respectable) steel. It worked!

The result is a line of SpyderClones designed, marketed, and authorized by Spyderco! Thus ensuring that cheap price wouldn't mean cheapo knife.

This hawkbill is gorgeous! Basically a Spyderco Harpy with very similar dimensions (compare on Amazon).

Fits well in my medium sized man hands and, after 1 or 2 stiff days out of the box, now opens with a flick of the wrist. There's no spring or opening assist, but the comet hole/Spydeyhole gives a nice thumb flicker. It's scary sharp, both blade and tip, and heavy enough to feel solid in the hand. This is not a small folder, but it fits nicely in front pocket, tip-up carry and draws smoothly. The lock back is solid and confidence inducing with no blade play or wiggle.

This is such a shocking bargain of a knife, I ordered 2 more the next day (stainless Flight & stainless Meadowlark 2); both ALMOST as elegant as this one and equally well built. I might get a CaraCara 2 as well since these things are like potato chips where one is so tasty it just makes you hungrier for another.

Great looking, but practical, inexpensive folder. Suitable for hard work, show piece or gift. Way more impressive than a knife in this price range should be.
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By SCOTT L. on November 16, 2014
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Super sharp. We have ANSI/OSHA Level 6 cut resistant gloves at work, this knife cuts the fingers right off these gloves. If your not wearing the gloves at the time then its a good thing. A sharp tool is safer than a dull one and this one is Sharp. Holds an edge well, had it for months and haven't had to hone it or de-burr. Works exceptionally well for cutting cord or rope. It makes easy work out of even 1 inch thick marine dock mooring lines.

Since it is made of stainless its much heavier than a kydex, carbon fiber, or any other kinds of synthetic handle. This makes for a nice feel of weight in the hand. The handle is smooth, no texturing unless you consider "Brushed" to be textured, so if its wet out and grip is a concern then wear appropriate grippy work gloves
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