Magpul Rigger Limited Edition Knife

Jan 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Generally speaking, though many try and keep trying, firearm and firearm accessory manufacturers are not that good at making knives — in spite of the seemingly close correlation between the two items. The folks at Magpul look to be bucking the odds, however, with their new limited edition USA-made Rigger EDC knife.

The designer behind this minimalist blade deserves a raise because they’ve made an absolutely gorgeous and cleanly-styled cutting tool. But it’s not just a looker, either, as the materials that have gone into its construction are top-tier, as is the functionality. Those materials include a modified 3.4″ wharncliffe blade made from CPM S35VN steel, a sturdy frame lock handle crafted from 6Al4V titanium (with a matching removable pocket clip), and a silky smooth caged ceramic bearing pivot. They also went so far as to develop and include a secondary locking mechanism for extra security in use. Available in the spring of 2019, this minimalist masterpiece is an everyday carry must-have.

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