Isn't that what the original serrations were designed for? Trapping, rather than cutting? This knife isn't really what I would consider all that practical anyway.graf_zero wrote:Those serrations are classic, but they rather catch than cut.
Standard spyderedge would be more practical.
We would have dual edge smal knife.
Personally I think the saw back and serrations go more for look than function. You can trap with a flat spine and do all of the same methodology with a plain-edge. They sure don't look as bad@$$ though.gbelleh wrote:Isn't that what the original serrations were designed for? Trapping, rather than cutting? This knife isn't really what I would consider all that practical anyway.
4.5mm blade thickness according to the Op Focus catalog.SQSAR wrote:It's one of the few knives new for 2012 that I see as a "must have" for my 'collection.' The more I look at it, the more intrigued I am. Anyone know how thick the blade is? I'd like to think it has a little more heft (for its size) than the H1 Warrior. Either way though, , I'm getting one as soon as I can.