By Jon Gaffney
on 6.9.11

Without skipping a cut, the Graham Stubby Folding Razel ($50) qualifies as one of the more unique pocket knives we’ve used. Based off the larger non-folding Razel, which was created as a utility knife of sorts featuring both a chisel point and a razor styled blade. This blade combination lends itself to a multitude of cutting, scraping and even prying applications. Utilizing a frame-lock locking-mechanism the Stubby sports 2″ and 0.923″ cutting edges. The ram horn scales make for a decidedly gentlemanly look that’s less likely to draw unwarranted stares versus other tactical folders. After an extensive daily carry we’ve found the Stubby Folding Razel to be a versatile knife, up for almost any job. The short handle size did require some acclimation, but the small size also makes it comfortably disappear into a pocket until needed. The open spacer construction also makes it a breeze to keep the knife clean and functioning smoothly. The Stubby Folding Razel can be pretty much whatever you make of it, our suggestion is make it your own.

More photos after the jump.

Also pictured: GORUCK GR1 ($295)

Buy Now: $50

Photos by Jon Gaffney

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