Stag Arms is proud to partner with Spyderco Knives to produce a limited edition Manix2 with Stag Arms engraving and custom configuration. The Manix2 is a fully ambidextrous knife which allows the opening, carrying, and closing of the knife either right or left-handed. The Manix2 is made in the USA at Spyderco’s Golden, Colorado factory of USA made steel and components. The Spyderco Stag Arms Manix2 is a great knife to show your Stag pride.
The Spyderco Manix2 has enjoyed a welcome reception since its release in early 2010. A new Manix2, exclusive to Stag Arms, an industry leader in rifle manufacturing, features a black-coated blade, black liners, and a black pocket clip complimented with Stag Arms signature dark green G-10 handle scales.
Coated with DLC (diamond-like coating), the non-reflective, plain edge blade is Crucible CPM-S30V steel and is full flat ground with aggressive thumb serrations (jimping) and an oversized 14mm Spyderco Round Hole. Retaining a non-reflective focus, the handle screws, liners, and tip-up, right/left reversible pocket clip are also blackened.
The Stag Arms Manix2 features an exceptionally strong lock called the Ball Bearing Lock. It operates with a free-floating ball bearing contained in a custom-engineered high-tech polymer cage. The spherical ball bearing allows the lock to self adjust across a large surface, smoothly and consistently locking up with solid confidence.
Nested inside the dark green G-10 handle scales are blackened, skeletonized dual steel liners for increased rigidity and strength without unneeded weight. The liners are scalloped, extending slightly beyond the handle scales creating textured jimping around a large portion of the handle’s perimeter.
The Stag Arms Manix2 showcases the commitment to innovation and quality both Spyderco and Stag Arms offer, in an undeniably unique folder collaboration.
Available at Stagarms.com or by phone at 860-229-9994
Stag Arms is proud to partner with Spyderco Knives to produce a limited edition Manix2…
by Michael Humphries / Nov 5, 2010