If you haven’t seen the CJRB 1902 Briar, it’s well worth a look. This fast flipper has a high fidget factor, and it’s made by Artisan Cutlery. It has a sleek look much like the Shark. It’s available with four different handle scales and you can pick any one of them up for about $35.
The 1902 Briar is a full-sized EDC that features a 3.74” D2 drop point blade with a stonewash finish. It’s a manual flipper with a ceramic ball bearing pivot assembly. It has a blade thickness of about an eighth inch, and it’s been hardened 58-60 HRC.
This linerlock has stainless-steel liners and either black, green, or gray G-10 or carbon fiber handle scales. It has an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip and lanyard hole. It’s 4.76” closed and weighs about 4.41 ounces. Overall, this knife has a nice feel in the hand, and makes an easy ride in your pocket.
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- D2, Stonewash Finish
- 3.74” Drop Point
- 0.13” Blade Thickness
- 58-60 HRC
- Manual Flipper
- Ceramic Ball Bearing Pivot
- G-10 or Carbon Fiber Scales
- Stainless Steel Liners
- Ambidextrous, Tip-Up Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 4.41 Ounces
- 4.76” Closed
- 8.5” Overall
The CJRB 1902 Briar is a fast, budget friendly knife you can pick up for about $35. It makes an outstanding addition to any daily carry rotation. To get this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
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