The Badass Knife of the Week is a simplified fixed blade with a wicked design that you can carry securely around your neck.
Modeled after the claws of big cats in Southeast Asia, the Schrade SCH111 is as ferocious as it sounds. This karambit-styled knife is designed by Joshua Waggoner and features a 2.97-inch blade made from 9Cr18MoV stainless steel with a hawkbill curve.
The skeletonized handle not only reduces the overall weight of the knife, which comes in at a little more than 3 ounces, but it also offers versatility to the user.
You could wrap paracord around the handle for a sturdier grip or leave it as is.
The finger ring at the bottom of the handle gives the user multiple grip techniques and allows for quick access when wearing the knife around your neck in its included thermoplastic sheath.
For more info on this Badass Knife of the Week, see the product page for the Schrade SCH111.