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Created by expert knife designed Butch Vallotton, the SpyderCo Sub-Hilt Folding G10 Pocket Knife C149GP is a great looking automatic knife with an ambidextrous thumb stud that both opens the blade (in addition to the Spyderco Round Hole) and doubles as a stop pin keeping the blade from rotating open beyond the locked position. This Knife from the experts at Spyder Co. bears an international flavor with a modified coffin-shaped handle of polished black G-10 with tongue-and-groove fitted stainless bolsters. Further complimenting the handle of the Spyderco Folding Sub-Hilt Vallotton G10 Pocket Knife, is a Michael Walker LinerLock, a four-way, tip-up/tip-down, right or left-handed steel clip and screw-together scale construction for additional durability. This Spyderco Pocket Folding Knife has a hollow-ground blade at the cutting edge with a convex-grind at the tip. For a great way to make sure all of your cutting tasks are completed with ease and efficiency, choose the SpyderCo Sub-Hilt Knife by Butch Vallotton.