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Karambits

The karambit knife, sometimes spelled "kerambit," is a small, curved blade which originated in Indonesia. Also occasionally referred to as a hawk's bill knife, this unique curved blade is ideal for cutting thick ropes or belts without cutting what is beyond said material. BUDK has a large assortment of karambit knives in both fixed blade and folding pocket knife styles.


How To Hold A Karambit

A karambit knife should be held by inserting the pointer finger into the hole at the top of the handle so that its blade curves forward from the bottom of the fist. This type of grip is primarily used in a hooking motion that is great for opening bags of animal feed. The finger guard hole makes it easy to hold on to and also difficult to drop while in use.

United Cutlery Honshu Karambit

United Cutlery Karambits

Our hottest selling karambits are the United Cutlery Honshu Karambit and the M48 Apocalypse Karambit. Both of these knives offer nylon shoulder straps for concealed carry and a locking ABS sheath so it may be carried blade up if so desired.

Karambits

The karambit knife, sometimes spelled "kerambit," is a small, curved blade which originated in Indonesia. Also occasionally referred to as a hawk's bill knife, this unique curved blade is ideal for cutting thick ropes or belts without cutting what is beyond said material. BUDK has a large assortment of karambit knives in both fixed blade and folding pocket knife styles.


How To Hold A Karambit

A karambit knife should be held by inserting the pointer finger into the hole at the top of the handle so that its blade curves forward from the bottom of the fist. This type of grip is primarily used in a hooking motion that is great for opening bags of animal feed. The finger guard hole makes it easy to hold on to and also difficult to drop while in use.

United Cutlery Honshu Karambit

United Cutlery Karambits

Our hottest selling karambits are the United Cutlery Honshu Karambit and the M48 Apocalypse Karambit. Both of these knives offer nylon shoulder straps for concealed carry and a locking ABS sheath so it may be carried blade up if so desired.

Karambits

The karambit knife, sometimes spelled "kerambit," is a small, curved blade which originated in Indonesia. Also occasionally referred to as a hawk's bill knife, this unique curved blade is ideal for cutting thick ropes or belts without cutting what is beyond said material. BUDK has a large assortment of karambit knives in both fixed blade and folding pocket knife styles.


How To Hold A Karambit

A karambit knife should be held by inserting the pointer finger into the hole at the top of the handle so that its blade curves forward from the bottom of the fist. This type of grip is primarily used in a hooking motion that is great for opening bags of animal feed. The finger guard hole makes it easy to hold on to and also difficult to drop while in use.

United Cutlery Honshu Karambit

United Cutlery Karambits

Our hottest selling karambits are the United Cutlery Honshu Karambit and the M48 Apocalypse Karambit. Both of these knives offer nylon shoulder straps for concealed carry and a locking ABS sheath so it may be carried blade up if so desired.

Karambits

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Top Customer Reviews - Karambits



  • Frankjjames (California/Washington) - Honshu Karambit


    I am a knife (anything with edge), axe , swords , bow and arrow lovers and makers since 1961 , I am a collector .skilled in handling and have skills in throwing knives not just throwing ( regular and kitchen knives, ,pocket knives axes , swords and spears . Just in case for self defense . And my review to this Honshu Karambit is ; when I fist see and held it in my hand , I felt right away that this is very dependable for use as a tool ,an every day use and for self defense. Once you hold this in your hand , it makes you feel like you don't wanna let go . It very difficult for someone to take it out of your hand . Who ever thought and have this idea in making this , it was very well made .THANK YOU! that is why I bought 2 and planning to buy more to give to my daughter , son , brothers, nephew and close friends.


    Review of: United Honshu Karambit Black Shoulder Harness

  • Chase Tingley (Palakta, FL) - Best karambit ever.


    This is the best karambit ever! Fresh out of the box it was super sharp. This will be the knife I carry ever where.


    Review of: United Cutlery Undercover Black Karambit Dagger Knife

  • Tucker D (Oklahoma) - awesome knife


    Straight out of the box this knife was every bit worth the price I paid. From sharpness to functionality to quality, this knife is an unbelievably well crafted tool. I am an avid knife collector and I have absolutely nothing negative to say about this karambit from Smith & Wesson. Best purchase I've made in a while.


    Review of: Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Karambit Camo Folding Knifen

  • Randy - Watch out! This blade BITES!


    Me and a buddy got a pair of this while they were BOGO, within a few minutes of opening the a box my friend managed to get cut so deep that he needed to 5 stitches just above his pinky. If youre looking for a nasty blade that feels great in the hand and cuts like a dream look no further, this tanto is great!


    Review of: United Cutlery Honshu Aizu Ring Fighter Black Tanto

  • Wyatt - YES!!!!


    I love this blade. A little on the slow side with the release, but it's a fantastic little knife. I was actually surprised that it arrived as quickly as it did, since my mail system here is slow, but it was quite fast. I would buy this knife again and again and again if I could.


    Review of: Black Legion Talon Assist Karambit