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Spyderco – SzaboHawk

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018

Designed by Laci Szabo, the SzaboHawk is manufactured from .300-inch-thick billet D2 tool steel and full-length G-10 scales attached with three sets of Allen screws. It also features a Boltaron sheath.

Overall Length
11.88″ (302mm)
Blade Length
4.88″ (124mm)
Edge Length
2.16/0.70″ (55/18mm)
Weight
24.9oz (706g)

Made in Taiwan

www.spyderco.com

Spyderco – Pygmy Warrior

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Designed by combat veteran and lifelong martial artist Bob Taylor, the Pygmy is machined from CTS BD1 stainless steel and features full-tang construction as well as non-reflective Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coating. An interesting feature is that curve of the blade is computer optimized to match the natural arc of motion of the human arm and ensure maximum energy transfer during a thrust. The blade also incorporates sawteeth on the back of the blade.

The handle incorporates a “stackable” construction. It uses two outer scales and two spacers that allow you to custom tune the grip size to your hand. The sheath is Boltaron® with a G-Clip attachment.

The Pygmy Warrior comes with a copy of the book “The Warrior Path.”

www.spyderco.com

AWA Fourth Annual Golf Tournament Wrapup

Monday, June 4th, 2012

AWA President, Bill Ivey, presents a check for $2,000 to the Armed Forces Foundation at the close of fundraising activities on May 10th, 2012.

The Asymmetric Warrior Association (AWA) held its Fourth Annual Golf Tournament and Fundraiser at Renditions Grand Slam Experience located in Davidsonville, Maryland on May 10th, 2012. The AWA was formed in order to foster camaraderie among all ranks of the Asymmetric Warfare Group and support scholarships and charitable donations. This year, AWA raised awareness of Wounded Warrior and Transitioning Soldier issues and provided a check for $2,000 to the Armed Forces Foundation. AWA also plans to present a $2,000 check to Homes for Our Troops and award several college scholarships to AWA dependents. These donations could not have been possible without the support of AWA’s corporate sponsors that included: Vision Technologies, Inc., Heckler & Koch, Beretta, Knight’s Armament Company, Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company, Booz/Allen/Hamilton, Nike Golf, Chick-Fil-A, Tranter Graphics, and Spyderco.

AWA President, Bill Ivey, says thank you to a wounded warrior from Bethesda, Maryland’s Transition Center during the Award’s Ceremony at the end of the Golf Tournament and Fundraiser on May 10th, 2012.

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