Tag Archives: Sal Glesser

Jani-Song Video from the IWA Show

The website Késportál posted this video to YouTube of Mike Janich explaining the Jani-Song.  It was taken at the IWA Show 2015, which is Europe’s version of SHOT Show.  Click here for my experience twirling a Jani-Song! The Jani-Song is … Continue reading

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Spyderco Karahawk Knife Review

Spyderco‘s new Karahawk is the linguistic blend of Indonesian kerambit (karambit in the Philippines) and hawkbill blade, penned by “little known” designer Sal Glesser.  The Karahawk is Spyderco’s second karambit and it is markedly different from the Spyderco/Warren Thomas original … Continue reading

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Spyderco Delica and Endura with Emerson Opener Review

When you pair the ideas of knife designers Sal Glesser and Ernest Emerson, you end up with products of both gigantic capabilities and diminutive proportions.  In the early 1980’s, Mr. Glesser brought us his patented Spyderco round opening hole, Spyder … Continue reading

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