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A.G. Russell K93 FeatherLite One Hand Knife Review

A.G. Russell K93 FeatherLite One Hand Knife Review
The A G Russell K93 FeatherLite One Hand Knife is a smaller knife that was designed by A.G. Russell in 1993. With it’s Zytel scales, the A.G. Russell K93 One Hand Knife has a blade length of about 3.125 inches or 7.9 cm. Since the A.G. Russell K-93 FeatherLite One Hand Knife is a smaller, it only weighs 1.5 ounces or 42.4 grams. The AG Russell K93 One Hand Knife Featherlight deploys fairly quick thanks to the ambidextrous thumb hole. The front lock provides a solid lockup of the VG10 steel blade.
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A G Russell FeatherLite K93 One Hand Knife specs:
Model#: K-93B10
Blade Steel: VG10
Blade Length: 3.125″ or 7.9 cm
Cutting Length: 2.9″ or 7.3 cm
Action: manual
Lock Type: front lock (AGR One Hand Lock)
Deployment: thumb hole
Blade Style: clip point
Blade Finish: satin
Edge: plain
Grind: hollow
Pivot Screws: pinned
Blade Thickness: 3 mm
Blade Width: 0.77″ or 1.9 cm
Handle Length: 3.9″ or 9.9 cm
Handle Thickness: 0.37″ or 0.9 cm
Handle Scales: Zytel
Closed Width: 1″ or 2.5 cm
Open Length: 7.025″ or 17.8 cm
Lanyard Hole: yes
Weight: 1.5 oz or 42.4 g
Price: $50 or 44.8 euro

Link to buy the A G Russell FeatherLite K-93 One Hand Knife:
https://agrussell.com/knife/FeatherLite-K-93-One-Hand-Knife–K-93C10

16 replies on “A.G. Russell K93 FeatherLite One Hand Knife Review”

*Correction, the $60 price is for the knife and sheath. Thank you hondasaki900 for the clarification."

Very interesting knife with the front lock. No pocket clip is a bummer! Some other finish issues are are bit of a shame. Really dig the VG10 blade! Thanks for sharing Jay!!

Thanks for the review. As a lefty, I've had my eye on knives with this lock for a while, whether from AG Russell or on the Offbeat from CRKT. It's good to hear another opinion on these.

Carried this knife for a while , never had a problem with pinned construction. Let a friend have it but it was so light lack of clip never bothered me with this knife. Very useful. Thanks,harry

Nice 1, enjoyed having a look.
Decent slicer, one piece handle, interesting new lock type. Always like to see something new. Uneven grind?? Deal breaker there.
šŸ‘s up for the Vid mate

I just got a ats Je Made knife very similar knife. That lack of pocket clip is a deal breaker though. Enjoyed the review mate. Atb paddy šŸ‘šŸ˜€ā˜˜ļø

Pin construction and no pocket clip are big oofs for me. Unfortunate since it otherwise looks great. Love me some VG10.

I do like agrussel this is kinda cool i do wish it had a pocket clip but sometimes a knife with out a clip is very useful. So very awsome i like seing designs im not used to seing on every other channel including my own good job šŸ‘

I'm my Opinion the Civivi wyvern Beats both of these it's just as light has a titanium pocket clip that looks like a pen clip. And the ergoes with the rounded dragon scaled handles beat the bugout . The thin blade stock with a deep hollow grind make the wyvern a scalpel and my sharpest owned knife.

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