Whether you’re a knife enthusiast or are completely new to the weapon, the Spyderco ‘Street Beat’ Knife designed by Fred Perrin is an excellent choice. It is a 3.5-inch fixed-blade defensive knife that is equipped with a large handle and deep finger grooves for a comfortable grip. Rob Pincus demonstrates how easy the Street Beat Knife is to carry centerline, in a pocket or securely looped with a cord or shoelace into your belt. With the sheath fastened to your belt, you have quick access with either hand. Whichever way you choose, you can rest assured you’ll be prepared for any close-quarters danger with this knife.
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