Spyderco Ocelot – C74

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Model Name: Ocelot
Model Reference: C74
Designer: Tim Wegner
MSRP: $199.95
Description: The Spyderco Ocelot is modeled by Tim Wegner and resembles his other knives designed for Spyderco knives, and leans towards a hunting and dressing knife like the Spyderco Impala which it replaced in 2005. The knife features paw prints on the handle to improve traction.

Blade Length: 3 1/4″
Closed Length: 4 7/16″
Overall Length: 7 9/16″
Weight: 4.1oz

Blade Material: VG-10
Blade Finish: Satin Finish
Blade Grind: Hollow Grind
Handle Material: G-10
Locking Mechanism: Lock Back

Years Produced: 2005-2007
Manufacture Location: Seki-City Japan

Variations:
C74GP – Plain Edge
C74GPS – Partially Serrated

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2 Responses to “Spyderco Ocelot – C74”

  1. Ralph Raymond Says:

    Why do you say that the Ocelot is a Sal Glesser design when on the back of my blade it says Tim Wegner design. If this is so then Wegner should be credited with at least three designs (the fourth would be the mouse but I understand because it was never a catalogue/production knife) and remove one of Sal’s. I am not a blade tech user. 95% of my 174 knives are Spyderco.
    Also why don’t you put the older Diver series up. Like the pro diver and prediver?
    Great site, Thanks
    Ralph

  2. spyderco source Says:

    Thanks for the heads up – mistake on my part!

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