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Emerson Bullnose Karambit Folder, Black, PlainEdge. A Karambit is an ancient Indonesian Utility Knife Used for Self Protection and Self Defense. Introducing the ultimate 21st Century Folding Knife from Emerson Knives. This Folding Karambit brings you the first in the next generation of folding knives. With the advantage of the Emerson “wave shaped feature”, this is one of the finest personal defense weapons ever developed.
Others will follow, but you will own the first and the best from the worlds leader in “Real Deal” Hard Use Knives. The Karambit features our Patented “wave shaped opening feature” or Remote Pocket Opener. In an emergency or injury situation the knife can be opened with one hand as it is drawn from the pocket. This knife is not available with serrations.


  • Ergonomic Handle Design fits Forward and Reverse Grip perfectly
  • Can be carried for Reverse or Forward grip deployment
  • Total Ambidextrous opening


Overall Length 7.35 in.
Blade Length 2.7 in.
Handle Length 4.65 in.
Blade Thickness .125 in.
Hardness 57-59 RC
Weight 3.6 oz.

Reviews (2)


  1. (verified owner):

    I own 2 combat karambits and decided to buy the bullnose because of my love for the combat karambits. The bullnose is VERY nice! Feels good in the hand, opens easily out of the pocket, and is very sharp out of the box. No complaints about the bullnose. Definitely one of my favorite EDC knives.

  2. (verified owner):

    Just got my Bullnose Karambit. My first Karambit and it’s amazing. Comfortable to hold and maneuver, and extremely sharp. Feels like a solid knife but not over kill. Has a great utility size blade length. You’ll feel safe knowing you’re ready for action with this EDC bullnose Karambit. The name says it’s all. It’s ready for the toughest job and it’ll hit hard.

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