Eagle from QSP Knife is a model that belongs to the karambit family of knives. This type of blade was created a long time ago in Malaysia and the Philippines and its shape was inspired by the claws of large predatory cats. Characteristic for its construction is the curved blade and an inverted handle with a hole for the index finger.
Eagle from QSP Knife, referring to the Karambit tradition, was additionally associated with the silhouette of the eagle. In the end, the curved blade resembles either the bird's claw or a sharp beak with a watchful eye, which can be seen in the characteristic orange coating located around the mounting screw on the main line of the knife's axis. The image is complemented by the styling of the G10 composite grip lining, effectively imitating the predator's plumage.
Eagle for the sake of construction may be suitable for tactical use and for the needs of uniformed services. It works well when cutting ropes, plastics, materials that are difficult to approach, but also it can be used in everyday life more universally. This will provide usable, thought-out, overly unsuspected, distinguished from many karambit models available on the market - subdued, non-extreme curvature of the blade, which is suitable for planing, puncturing, precise cutting etc.