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Brous Blades has created an affordable import line of some of their most popular models. This Enforcer model is outfitted with a satin finished D2 steel blade and a black contoured polymer handle.
The Enforcer was the first folding Karambit design from Brous Blades and it became an instant hit. With this design, Jason created a wraparound-style handle that accommodates forward and reverse grips equally well. The handle consists of sturdy, skeletonized stainless steel liners, a notched gears backspacer, and 3D machined polymer scales. The D2 steel blade comes outfitted with the Brous Bearing System for smooth and fast deployment. Pick up an affordable Brous Blades design with the Enforcer Import Line.Features:
good knife .i like it...only problem the edges on spine or what ever u call it they are sharp...they ripped mypocket as u pull out every time..should be rounded with sand paper or machine...beside that good knife.....
Under the theory that the best fight is the one you avoid, this knife will scare the crap out of a potential attacker. The needle-tipped, wickedly curved blade easily deploys with a sharp snap and is truly vicious and scary. The quality is amazing, especially at this price point. I was so impressed with the first one I bought for my lady friend that I just ordered two more...one for my daughter and one for myself. UPDATE: Since my initial review, I was assaulted in my yard by 2 juvenile delinquents who attacked in the dark without provocation or warning. Reeling from a blow to my face, I drew my Brous karambit and chased them to my front yard and after a brief fight, chased them off. Both had extensive criminal records and were quickly caught and arrested. My Brous karambit saved me from a beating and robbery, at the very least, and I cannot recommend it highly enough.
This Karambit is rough in the hand out of box, I had to get the Rat tail file out with some sand paper to smooth out the finger hole, more for the part that hits your middle finger in fighting position and other edges as well, it hurt my hand and I'm a Knife person. I love the D2 blade it's well fitted on the Knife as for the Flipper it's junk, very hard and far up on the knife, the wave on blade works great when deployed from pocket and now it feels good. I like it, Now I own two, after working with it it's just right. I hold a Black Belt and trained with Knives and the Bow four years.
Just received this in the mail. Chunky knife, seems very solid. sharp curve, more curvy than I expected (could be either good or bad depending on preference). Flipper is tiny and kind of goofy but seems to work - it doesn't take much to pop the blade open as it doesn't travel far in terms of angle. Thick blade with a brutal point - probably very effective at puncturing. I think the handle could use a little refinement, probably better done individually depending on hot-spotting (which isn't bad butI'll probably file things down a bit). Overall, a very solid feeling knife, and a great value. Haven't used the original higher-end version to compare, thoguh I can see that the point on the ring is quite a bit milder, which may be easier for less experienced users to work with.
Karambit is good and at least mine came set up for the left hand which was great as I didnt have to change the set up to my off hand for EDC. Makes a great backup/control tool and wears easy, solid lockup and good weight. If you are going to carry a karambit and something else, this is def a good if not great option. Not giving it a 5 star because it makes a poor impact tool, other wise it met all expectations brilliantly.