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CRKT Ryan Seven - Part-Serrated

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CRKT Ryan Seven - Part-Serrated

CRKT Ryan Seven - Part-Serrated



Leading California knifemaker Steve Ryan is a unique knife designer and maker. As a student of Okinawan go gyo, he blends his knowledge of the martial arts with the art of knifemaking. His knives typically have unique blade styles and funcational skeletonized handles. Ryan's Model Seven was inspired by the Filipino barong. A deep finger choil gives exceptional grip, and the deep bellied blade provides superior cutting power. Knife build is CRKT's strong InterFrame construction, with dual 420J2 satinless steel liners, one locking, and 6061 T6 hard anodized aluminium back spacer. Torx fasteners are used throughout. The black textured Zytel scales are skeletonized in Ryan's trademark aggressive zig-zag pattern, for exceptional grip with less weight. The blade, tough AUS 6M stainless steel, is ground to leave maximum metal at the blade centre for strength. Deep thumb grooves aid grip. It pivots on Teflon bearings. To provide the maximum in security, the Lake and walker Knife Safety (LAWKS) has been incorportaed which effectively makes the Model Seven folder into a fixed blade when engaged.


Code CR6813Z
Limited Edition: No
Brand: CRKT
Blade Material: AUS6M Stainless Steel
Blade Length (cm): 8.9
Blade Thickness (cm): 0.3
Closed Length (cm): 10.80
Overall Length (cm): 20.5
Blade Hardness (HRC): 55-57 HRC
Blade Type: Part-Serrated
Handle Material: Steel
Lock Type: Liner Lock
Pocket Clip: Yes


  1. Great folderReview by
    I really like the design and the quality of the knife for the value. It's very solid and stable in the hand. I have the fine edge version and I'm very pleased with it .It came very sharp out of the box. (Posted on )
  2. Solid, good value folderReview by
    The steel isn't world-beating, but it's £18. The scales aren't G10, but it's £18. It doesn't open as smoothly as a Spyderco, but it's £18. You should see a pattern forming!

    For the money, this is a decent knife. The steel isn't amazing but it's easy to sharpen. The lock up is rock solid even without the belt-and-braces LAWKS system. No blade play that I can detect. Scales are grippy and the choil is good and deep. The knife sits well in the hand and has a solid, weighty feel.

    The knife is pretty big and, with the serrations, pretty aggressive looking. I wouldn't risk carrying it as a pocket knife even with a good reason. Backpack it for camping or bushcraft.

    In short, a folder you can use for camping or back yard work that locks well and will take some punishment. And it's £18.
    (Posted on )
  3. Good value and a strong bladeReview by
    This was my first purchase from Heinnie, and I decided to test it fully before submitting a review. Though many people may not like this knife because of its bulk. I have found that due to its bulk and over sized thumbstuds, it is a good hard use blade although the combo edge may put people off as the serration pattern is prone to snagging and is not very sharp something that is easily remedied with a tapered hone. The lock up is amazing and the addition of the LAWKs system makes for very safe handling. The pocket clip is really the only thing i can seriously fault, as due to the design of the handle scales it is extremely grabby and prone to snagging on the material of your pocket. Overall though this knife is worth purchasing especially at under £20. (Posted on )
  4. Hey nice knifeReview by
    This knife is of good quality and solid construction. I've had it around 8 months and it's all still nice and tight, no play in the blade. It's awesome for the price. (Posted on )
  5. Get it!Review by
    Firstly 5*HH on your service
    If you like it buy it and you'll have no regrets. Ticks all the boxes for a LARGE folding knife! It's sharp, locks up lovely and no blade play at all! Comfortable to hold and 18 quid! Can't ask for much more
    (Posted on )
  6. Excellent value folder…Review by
    Excellent value folder for the money. Good quality construction and nice sharp blade. (Posted on )
  7. Not quite as pictured.Review by
    Seems good!
    Handle design could have had lanyard hole position swapped with the screw position next to it which would've helped secure the end better perhaps. Also can't see why blade stop pin is exposed?
    Blade isn't centered.
    A google result found more accurate pics of what I received:
    (Posted on )
  8. Geat VFMReview by
    Astounding value for money, razor sharp out of the box, a good general purpose knife. I own other Ryan models and this will complement the Plan B (which is no longer in production mores the pity) for heavier daily jobs with the Plan B now being reserved for lighter jobs, Heinnie?s service exceptional as per usual. (Posted on )
  9. Value for money, in the extremeReview by
    Well, really for ú20, can you ask for more. It's smooth, lock up solid, came sharp, nicely finished. 10 years ago these would have been ú50-ú70. It does start to make the more expensive stuff look overpriced .......... (Posted on )
  10. Solid little knifeReview by
    The Ryan Seven is a nice normal mid sized folder with no minus points I can see. The blade is sharp and a good shape, it locks well and has a secondary LAWKS lock. Handle shape is easy on the hand, offering good control and easy one handed operation.
    The original Ryan seven was amongst the first I collected and this is a nice example of CRKT evolving a successful model.
    (Posted on )

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