This Blade HQ Exclusive Daggerr Knives Sting features a black stonewashed D2 blade and a jade G-10 handle.
The Daggerr Sting is a rugged EDC/Tactical crossover knife with a long spear point blade that pierces and slices like a dream. The handle is comfortable in either a forward or reverse grip. Thanks to the reversible pocket clip and thumb hole opener, this knife can be carried on the right or left side, and be opened quickly with the right or left hand. The distinctive design of the knife will bring a smile to your face each time you pull it out.
Daggerr Knives are distinctive tactical tools that come from Russia. With love....
Missed out on the Arrow previously, HAD to get my hands on one of these. Cost and production value ratio is through the room. You'd think this knife was twice the price and not sub $70. D2 black stonewashed blade wrapped in the BHQ exclusive natural/jade G10 scales. Ergos are absolutely on point, even with my small hands. The texturing on the scales add the perfect amount of grip when you need to exert more control. Stainless steel liners have been chamfered wherever skin contact may occur for further comfort. Matching lanyard loop/back spacer. Deep pocket clip, fashioned after a screaming skull, reversible for tip up right or left handed carry completes the look. There appears to be custom ano'd screws in blue for the eyes of the clip, a nice touch. Opening method is spydie flickable, reverse spydie flick, thumb flick and thumb roll out via skull shaped thumb hole. Runs silky smooth on what appears to be bronze washers. Upon receiving, action was fairly good out of the box. Thumb flicks borderline felt assisted and has a satisfying *chock* upon deployment. A little lubing and it drop shuts like a guillotine. Overall, one of my more favorite purchases from BHQ and hoping to add that elusive Jade Arrow to my collection.
My new favorite !!!
I almost feel guilty for getting this knife so cheap. Fit and finish are way above the price point. DO IT!
I agree 100% with the other reviews…recently got a Dagger Rhino and was so impressed with the quality to price ratio that I saw this and ordered it. The Sting has a GREAT action that is Spydie flickable either way and I’m a sucker for the BHQ natural G-10 scales. D2 blade steel, deep pocket skull carry clip…buy this knife if and when you can before they raise the price!
I absolutely cannot believe that I paid $60 for this knife...and where do I start? Absolutely sick looking, stiff as nails and sharp as can be D2 stonewashed blade; great weight and balance, and the action is tremendous! Either thumb or spydey, left or right are easy and smooth as silk, with a solid "thunk" when locked open. The little details like the skull pocket clip and thumb hole and the matching G10 back spacer are most appreciated on a knife at this price point, and as someone who normally enjoys a "quiet" pocket clip, I love the style of this one for this particular knife. Overall this is an incredible value, and I highly recommend it.
This design is quite unique, and while it is a bigger blade, it carries very nicely. The D2 blade came very sharp, and the action was spot on. I dyed it royal purple, and it looks great! The best thing is that the pivot can be tuned on both sides (not a captive pivot), meaning you can really dial in the centering and action!
Ok, so this knife is amazing but the reason for the 4 stars is I have a few very minor gripes.First off, I love Daggerr and this one is no exception. The sting in general is great, and I'm super stoked to get one in this color way. Big strong points, blade shape is awesome, sharper/smoother edge than many past Daggerr's, super smooth and quick deployment, really cool deep carry pocket clip, ect. So the 2 things I'll ding it on just my .02 though. I would prefer black liners, the raw stainless liners just throw me off and one of my favorite parts of the Jade on black look is the contrast. The other detail that sucks is the lack of a manufacture date. Even the lower cost point Rhino I just bought has a batch date on it like all Daggerr's I own. This one is in limbo. The font on the lettering even seems a little different. It almost feels like a well done Taiwanese version of the same knife.