Spyderco Blackhawk C24 Folding Knife
The Spyderco Blackhawk C24 is a very rare Spyderco of days gone by, and as you can see the example here is not in fantastic shape. I picked this up in a trade with a fellow from Russia. Don’t see these available very often at all, and probably bring in close to a couple hundred dollars when mint with the box if not more.
The Spyderco Blackhawk is quite ergonomically shaped for my hand, and fits well without any noticeable hot spots. The knife does have an odd look, not quite as attractive as more recent knives from the brand. Spyderco often re-releases old knives with different materials like the Renegade, the big brother of the Blackhawk, so it is conceiveable that this knife may be re-released in the future.
I’m not sure what the exact date of release for this knife was, but it was some time in the 90’s. Unlike many other brands out there, Spyderco is able to maintain collectibility on their discontinued knives. There isn’t much that is remarkable about this knife, and unless you are a Spydie collector it is likely not going to hold much interest for your.
Blade Length: 3″
Overall Lenght: 7 1/8″
Blade Steel: G2
Handle Material: Aluminum