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Trending: Tangram Brevis Fixed Blade Knife

Mon Garcia
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Trending: Tangram Brevis Fixed Blade Knife

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Keeping it simple is part of a good survival philosophy, and this little scalpel of a knife lets you take a bit of that philosophy with you always. For a blade so simple and small, custom knife designer Dirk Pinkerton still managed to integrate a lot of useful features into the Tangram Brevis Fixed Blade Knife, making this a worthy feature for today’s Survival Saturday.

The knife is made of Japanese Acuto 440 steel, designed for edge retention and corrosion resistance. It’s meant to be wrapped in paracord but can still be used bare, as aggressive jimping on the spine and an integrated finger choil make for a secure and comfortable grip. The 1.97-inch hollow-ground drop-point blade features enough edge and belly to do basic cutting tasks, whether you’re out in the wild or doing basic EDC chores. Despite being such a small and short blade, it still features a sharpener’s choil to help with blade maintenance.

The thin lightweight Kydex sheath provides good, positive retention, and its six rivets provide holes so you can use the Brevis as a neck knife, mount it on a clip, or attach it to other gear. It even has a drainage hole to help keep your knife dry should it—or you—take an unintentional plunge into water. This knife comes in a small package that’s big in features, and should be one of your considerations if you’re looking for a lightweight survival blade for daily carry.

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Ludwig ·
What's the country of these knives, and where are they made ? There is not much info on the net...
Thanks !
Mon Garcia ·
Hi, Ludwig. The steel is from Japan, but Tangram knives are built in China, as the budget arm of the Kizer brand.