Originating on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, the karambit or kerambit is a small Southeast Asian hand-held, curved knife inspired by and resembling the claw of a big cat. Like most weapons from that part of the world, the karambit was originally implemented as an agricultural tool but has now found use as a modern utility tool perfect for activities like hunting, fishing, home repair, construction and more. Notable for having a large finger hole/ring at the end of a curved handle, karambits are popular in part because they encourage many different carrying techniques and styles based on the carriers personality.
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