Spyderco Jot Singh Khalsa – C40

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Micarta Original

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2013 G-10 Sprint Run

Model Name: Jot Singh Khalsa
Model Reference: C40
Designer: Jot Singh Khalsa
MSRP: $134.95, $299.95 (2013)
Description: The Spyderco Jot Singh Khalsa was only made from 1997-1999 and had an extremely unique look characteristic of the kind of designs that JSK makes. Production Problems forced this knife to be removed from the 2000 Spyderco Catalog. 2013 saw a sprint run of this folder in textured G-10 and VG-10 steel, also made in Japan.

Blade Length: 3″, 2.91″ (2013)
Closed Length: 4″, 4.13″ (2013)
Overall Length: 7″, 7.04″ (2013)
Weight: 3.5oz, 3.6oz (2013)

Blade Material: GIN-1, VG-10
Blade Finish: Satin Finish
Blade Grind: Flat Sabre Grind
Handle Material: Micarta, G-10
Locking Mechanism: Liner Lock

Years Produced: 1997-1999, 2013
Manufacture Location: Seki City Japan

Variations:
C40P – Plain Edge
C40S – Serrated
C40GP – 2013 Sprint Run, Textured G-10, Plain Edge

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2 Responses to “Spyderco Jot Singh Khalsa – C40”

  1. Wmpyr Says:

    This knife was ahead of it’s time!
    Fantastic design, wish they would make a part II 🙂

  2. spyderco source Says:

    I agree. It would be great to see many of those knives that Spyderco made back in the day including the JSK in a second generation version! They brought back the Lum Chinese folder, why not the JSK, right?

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