Form and function in the same package. The first variant in the Freek family brings together two incredibly durable materials, G10 and CPM-M4 steel. The gray and black layered G10 is milled to provide excellent grip and style, while the red G10 base layer and anodized aluminum barrel spacers bring an additional pop of color to the handles. The high-strength CPM-M4 blade is designed for hard use, pushing the limits of what the already tough Freek was meant to do. This knife is a true super Freek.
Blade Steel: CPM-M4 super steel (62-64HRC)
Blade Length: 3.60" (9.14cm)
Blade Thickness: 0.114" (2.896mm)
Open Length: 8.46" (21.49cm)
Closed Length: 4.86" (12.34cm)
Handle Thickness: 0.62" (16.51mm)
Weight: 4.3oz. (105.46g)
Blade Edge: Plain
Blade Finish/Color: Black Cerakote
Blade Style/Shape: Drop-point
Clip Type: Split arrow
Clip Position: Reversible Tip-Up
Glass Breaker: No
Handle Material: Gray and black textured G10 with red base layer
Lanyard Hole: Yes
MOLLE Compatible: No
Sheath Type: No Sheath
Use: Every Day
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After seeing the other review I had to review it myself. This is an excellent knife with awesome steel. The handle is G10 not plastic and it looks awesome in person. Inside the scales are red and the standoffs are red too which compliment the G10 very nicely. I’m glad it’s in my collection.
I love the M4. Its edge stays unholy sharp and is not hard at all to touch up on ceramic. The handle however was likely built by Matel (the makers of Barbie dolls) or Spyderco.
Tip up only, well not everyone likes that carry but life goes on. No steel liner at all. 100% plastic and screws.
No steel or brass or bone or wood or craftsmanship. Such a great blade with a dollar store handle. It seems Spyderco and Benchmade only deal in plastic now so I think it is time to go try Boker.