Reviews and Ratings for Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath

Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheathrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (5 reviews)
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Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83 inch Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath

 

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Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Redneck Zen
Kentucky
Jul 05, 2018
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Materials, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish
Cons: None
Anthony -- uinsheathing secrets
Anthony, if you're still haven't figured out your sheathing problems, remember, it's your knife and your sheath, so you can do anything you want to it. Don't hesitate to take some sandpaper or an emery board to the sheath and gently remove material from the little bumps that retain the knife in the sheath. I've done that to my Obake Skoshi and one of my Obakes. The sheaths are manufactured to spec en masse, and the handles are wrapped by hand, so sometimes there will be slight errors Better too tight than too loose; you can always loosen it up. Anywho, these are very nice little knives, excellent quality in proportion to the $$$ spent. Compact, well designed, sharp and easy to sharpen. On top of that, they are works of art! If you like this style and try to buy another knife that looks anything like this, you will have to pay big $$$ to get a custom one. Well done, CRKT!
Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
David
High Desert
Mar 28, 2020
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Wonderful EDC
EDC: I like how this knife sits in a pocket. It dangles down from the belt and doesn’t take up much room. It’s not too “girthy” in the pocket; there’s still room in a regular jeans pocket for a wallet and stuff. The handle is grippy and comfortable. The knife and sheath are lightweight but tough. The blade shape and size are excellent for a multitude of tasks. And... I dig the style. :) All in all, a wonderful knife!
Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Aplus
Sydney
Oct 26, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Great little knife
I bought this little blade as an afterthought because I liked the Japanese derived shape and style. I wanted another knife for light camping and climbing. I had just bought a ESEE-4S-MB-OD. Its a great knife, but now that I have received it, I realise that it is just far too heavy to take along with me, as well as all my other gear. But the Columbia River Akari has been travelling around with me all day. Easy to carry it is solid, well made and beautifully finished. In fact, for the price the quality and finish is superb.
Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jon
Cullman, Alabama
Oct 11, 2016
Pros: Materials, Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Weight, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Handle Material, None
Great Deal-Great Product
This is my every day carry blade. It fits in my pocket-along with everything else-and has a very secure sheath. The paracord-wrapped handle makes for a solid grip and I hope it lasts. The blade is sharp right out of the box and is easy to keep sharp with my Lansky.
Columbia River CRKT 2480 Lucas Burnley Akari Fixed 2.83" Upswept Plain Blade, Cord Wrapped Handle, Molded Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Anthony
Spring, Tx
Apr 19, 2018
Pros: None
Cons: None
Help!
It is difficult to unsheath; I seems tight. How do I ge the knife from the sheath without cutting myself?