C67 R

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The C67 R was introduced in 1999 and featured a skeletonized blade and handle.

Appearance in catalogs

The C67 R appeared in the following catalog:

  • 2012 Spyderco Product Guide (C67 Nishijin sprint)

Designer

Sal Glesser

History, mentionings from the forums etc.

"R3" Nishijin review by N. Brian Huegel.

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web

"Designed for full-sized cutting with the least possible amount of mass, it features, just over, 3-1/2 inches of VG-10 blade, available PlainEdged or SpyderEdged. The aluminum handle is cut out, lessening weight and revealing the folder's inner workings. It comes coated in titanium-colored Almite- a thin enamel-like layer that is tough and virtually weightless that resists wear and scratching. A three-screw pocket clip keeps the knife riding low in your pocket with convenient tip-up carry. For added safety and control, we've added a David Boye dent in the lockbar and slip resistant texturing to the spine and finger choil. Limited Quantities. When they're gone, they're gone." The C67 R2 sprint in Spyderco's online catalog.

Variations

The C67 R is made in Japan and has a

  • Back Lock system
  • Skeletonized blade
  • Skeletonized scales

The C67 R2 is made in Seki-City, Japan and has a

  • Back Lock
  • Solid blade
  • Skeletonized almite handle
  • David Boye dent

The C67 "R3" Nishijin is made in Seki-City, Japan and has a

  • Back Lock
  • Solid blade
  • Nishijin glass fiber handle
SKU Handle Edge(s) Steel From/To MSRP Note Number made Grind Clip Clip positions Collectors club
C67P Skeletonized Aluminum (black Almite coating) PE ATS-34 1999- 159.95$ (1999) While assembled in Japan, the blades were cut in Colorado. 1200 (total PE and SE) Sabre grind 3-screw black RH, TU
C67S Skeletonized Aluminum (black Almite coating) SE ATS-34 1999- 159.95$ (1999) While assembled in Japan, the blades were cut in Colorado. 1200 (total PE and SE) Sabre grind 3-screw black RH, TU # engraved on top of spine
C67GYP Skeletonized Aluminum (Ti-colored Almite coating) PE VG-10 2005 129.95$ (2005) Sprintrun 1200 (total PE and SE) Full Flat Matte silver 3-screw RH, TU Variant
C67GYS Skeletonized Aluminum (Ti-colored Almite coating) SE VG-10 2005 129.95$ (2005) Sprintrun 1200 (total PE and SE) Full Flat Matte silver 3-screw RH, TU Variant
C67GF Black Nishijin Glass Fiber PE VG-10 2012 219.95$ (2012) Sprintrun 1000 Full Flat 3-screw black hourglass LH/RH, TD/TU Variant

Most collectible variation

The original C67 with both the skeletonized handle and blade.

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Technical information

Measurements (mm and grams) of the C67 R:

Variation Length overall Length closed Length blade Length edge Hole Ø Blade thickness Weight
C67GY 205mm 116mm 89mm 80mm 13mm 3mm 90g
C67GF 205mm 116mm 89mm 80mm 13mm 3mm 122g

Measurements (inches and ounces) of the C67 R:

Variation Length overall Length closed Length blade Length edge Hole Ø Blade thickness Weight
C67GY 8.063" 4.563" 3.5" 3.156" 0.5" 0.125" 3.2oz
C67GF 8.063" 4.563" 3.5" 3.156" 0.5" 0.125" 4.3oz

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