The QTR2 features the Karambit, talon shaped, blade which is also featured on the Trail Blade M/T tire. Angular and industrial in appearance. An enlarged finger hole accommodates the most swollen knuckles or gloved hands. We’re sure that this is the loudest statement from the karambit genre of the knife industry in years and we’re excited to show it. This knife is being produced of the same powder-metallurgy 154 ultra-premium steel that QTRMSTR’s other knives are cut from. You’ll notice the lack of small parts and the simplicity of the design. No spine-spacer means lighter weight and easier cleaning. A G-10 finger-hole spacer means smoother spins and better transitions. A jimped thumb-ramp and bi-level blade spine will soon become an industry standard once enthusiasts get their hands on this knife. The Atturo version of this knife is finished in custom cerakote finish with a Kryptek pattern on the handle and knife blade itself. It makes for a unique and eye catching appearance, along with an extra level of durability in the hardened coating. The Atturo name is laser etched into the blade on one side, with the QTR mark and production serial number on the opposite side. This is a very limited production run of 300 pcs. The pattern is a little different on every individual knife. So, no two are exactly the same.