Spyderco Gayle Bradley Folder 2 Knife Carbon Fiber (3.6" Satin) C134CFP2

MSRP: $239.95
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  • Overall Length:8.42"
  • Blade Length:3.60"
  • Cutting Edge:3.38"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:CPM-M4
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.82"
  • Handle Thickness:0.49"
  • Handle Material:Carbon Fiber
  • Color:Black
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:4.40 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Down, Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Thumb Hole
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:Spyderco
  • Model:Bradley Folder 2
  • Model Number:C134CFP2
  • Designer:Gayle Bradley
  • Country of Origin:Taiwan
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


The Gayle Bradley 2 Folder is similar to the original Spyderco Bradley Folder collaboration, but this updated model is slimmer and lighter with refined ergonomics. It has a hollow ground premium CPM-M4 steel blade and carbon fiber/G-10 laminate handle with a stainless steel Walker LinerLock frame.


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Great edc folder
Jeff M.
Love the M4 tool steel. Size and heft are spot on. Crazy thick liners. Would like to see the sharp edges beveled off (then I could see a five star rating). And would love to see this offered in a framelock. Hint-hint Spyderco...
Good but not a GB1
Ryan W.
I like this knife, and I'm only knocking it because Spyderco could have improved the GB1 and they only made the knife less compelling. The GB1 is the better knife by far (Just my opinion). The only thing, the GB2 is superior in is the slicing ability. This is much thinner behind the edge as compared to the GB1. With that being said, this knife fails in egos, has a bitey liner lock (yes took skin off), and does not allow you to chock up. It is also a longer knife than the GB1. Why?.The GB2 could have improved on several of the GB1's letdowns; mainly the G10/CF. I hate that stuff so much. Also, why not put the compression lock on here? Or even a frame lock. Hopefully the GB3 will address this. I would love to see the GB3 with a finger choil, marbled carbon fiber, deep carry clip, and a slightly shorter blade length. Again, just my opinion, but if you have to have a Gayle Bradley go with the 1.
What a beauty
Carl R.
Just picked this one up from you guys. What a great knife! Took it apart polished the washers and lived it up and it is smooth as silk. Perfect weight for its size and screams quality. Would recommend to anyone who likes a larger pocket carry and looking for the high quality m4 steel.
Awesome knife
Dan S.
Great EDC. A true workhorse blade with superior slicing ability. The M4 steel is amazing; holds an amazing edge for a long time, while still maintaining toughness. Not corrosion resistant, but this hasnít been an issue. Just wipe it down after use and donít put away wet. Possible to add forced patina if you wish. Disengaging the liner lock is a bit tricky at first. The scale is not cut out, so it can a bit rough on the thumb until you build a callus. Awesome lock up. Scales are pretty sweet too. This quickly replaced my PM2 as my primary EDC.
My favourite EDC
Herman C.
Great Spyderco fit & finish combined with a more mainstream pattern. This knife is, in my opinion, the best bang for the buck in Spydercoís portfolio. At only a bit more than a standard PM2, you get a larger blade, and more grip-flexible handle, M4 steel, a slicier edge, and less pocket-shreddy scale material.
Awesome Spyderco
Chris G.
Great knife with a great price. It carries very well and deploys fast. The slinder blade is sharp and the carbon fiber grips are very nice. Its almost to pretty to use. I'm from Texas so this is a perfect knife for me with the state on the blade.
Ultimate cutting knife
shane k.
I got the knife because I wanted to try the steel, however when it arrived I was much more impressed with the knife itself. The fit and feel are great. When wearing a suit I pack this knife. It is like my .44mag for the tuxedo. The hollow ground blade is exceptional when cutting thick leather/elk hide. Not the easiest knife to clean but the M4 is one of my favorites now. Other than the fact it's is probe to rusting it is a hard to beat EDC.
great workhorse, rust prone
john k.
Firstly, this knife is amazingly smooth, like close to bearing smooth (it runs on phosphor-bronze washers). Secondly, it will cut, and cut, and cut for a long time before the edge gives out. Lastly (my only gripe), the M4 tool steel used has been more prone to surface rust than any other blade tool steel Ive owned (d2, cruwear). I don't live in a particularly wet climate but anytime i would sweat at work, id have surface rust build on the blade. Its a great steel it just requires more maintenance than most. As always, blade HQ shipped it quick, which is why I keep coming back.
A truly great EDC knife!
Darren R.
This knife is everything I hope for in an EDC knife. The ergonomics are top shelf with the jimping on the blade's spine giving just the right amount of grip over the great looking carbon fiber handle scales. I also love the M4 steel, which holds its edge even when cutting thick cardboard for a long time while still not being hard to restore to shaving sharp on the Spyderco sharpmaker. I also love the size as I can carry it with jeans, shorts or even business attire and barely notice the weight in my pocket. Finally, mine also came with perfect blade centering and the liner lock (which is plenty strong) providing rock solid lockup which has not changed despite substantial use.
Perfect EDC
George S.
This knife is exceptionally sturdy. The lock-up is very secure and the overall fit and finish is immaculate. The carbon fiber is fairly smooth and provides a great texture to combine with the ergonomics of the handle, which makes for a comfortable grip. The blade came hair whittling sharp. Overall, this is a really impressive knife and almost immediately became one of my most favorite knives from Spyderco.