- Deep hollow ground bevels on each side of the blade
- Full tang construction
- Custom molded Boltaron sheath with a G-Clip attachment
- Lanyard hole
A direct descendant of Michael Janich’s original Ronin design and close cousin of the Yojimbo 2 folding knife, the Ronin 2 is based on a custom knife Janich commissioned from knifemaker Mickey Yurco. Its blade is crafted from Carpenter CTS BD1—a vacuum-melted stainless steel that is highly corrosion resistant and holds an excellent edge. Deep hollow-ground bevels on each side of the wharncliffe blade define a perfectly straight cutting edge, enabling it to cut with full power all the way to the point while leaving its spine thick and strong.
To ensure maximum strength and a deft balance, the Ronin 2 features a skeletonized full tang capped by thin textured black G-10 scales that guarantee a positive grip while allowing the knife to be easily carried and concealed. At the junction of the handle and blade, the tapered, ergonomic profile of the handle flares to create a very effective integral guard that protects the user’s hand from sliding forward onto the edge.
For maximum versatility, the Ronin 2 comes equipped with a custom-molded Boltaron sheath and a G-Clip attachment that supports both belt carry and clip-style inside-the-waistband carry. The G-Clip is also configurable for vertical, horizontal, or diagonally canted carry and can be attached to both faces of the symmetrical sheath.
Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
Blade Steel: CTS BD1
Handle Material: G-10
Blade Shape: Wharncliffe
Carry Options: Boltaron Sheath
Blade Finish: Satin
Rockwell Hardness: Not listed by manufacturer
Blade Length: 4.12"
Blade Thickness: .118"
Overall Length: 7.84"
Weight: 3.9 oz