The Best Kerambit Knives
The kerambit knife is fast becoming the modern version of the Swiss Army knife, the go-to blade in combat, as a utility self defense tool and for dangerous situations. In response, makers have created innovative tactical designs that update the traditional style.
Today, you have several choices to choose from. These are all solidly based on the centuries old model, which has proved itself in a multitude of situations, from fighting to fishing, law enforcement to everyday conceal carry.
With a variety to choose from, how do you find the best kerambit knife for your needs? Here is a look at the traditional kerambit style and modern variations.
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The Traditional Kerambit
The original kerambit developed in Southeast Asia centuries ago. Inspired by the claw of the tiger, the slightly curved implement was used for raking, planting rice and threshing.
Local conflicts and regional wars have long been part of the history of the area. Soon the kerambit became a defensive weapon. This version had a more sharply curved blade, a dangerous fighting implement. Over time, a safety ring on the end of the handle was added.