Bill Moran is considered the grandfather of American knifemakers and the founding father of the American Bladesmith Society. He made knives more than fifty years ago, and yet his custom knives are still extremely rare and therefore highly coveted. The flat ground blade of the Spyderco Bill Moran is made of VG-10 and tapers into a fine, evenly ground tip. In the hand the knife conveys a unique feeling of balance, called by some a sweet spot. The sweet spot is due to the blade and handle being comparable in weight. This balance transfers into a feeling of steady control over the cutting edge. The FRN handle three-dimensionally fills out the palm and is inlayed with a panel of non-sliding Kraton. It comes in a molded Boltaron sheath with multi-position G-Clip fastening system.
Carbon Fibre, G10