Ruike P865 Knife Review

The Ruike P865 (affiliate link) is a sleek, light-weight gentleman’s carry or EDC pocket knife. (Scroll down to see the video review.)

The G-10 handle has a Japanese design influence, while the blade, a stabby wharncliff, says Viking to me.

This is a light duty knife, the liner lock is pretty thin, but if you use it like a pocket knife, you should be fine.

The wharncliff blade came very sharp and won my unofficial, thoroughly unscientific post-Christmas cardboard cut off … the thing is a great slicer.

It has a decent thumb stud and nice deep carry pocket clip but is set up for right-side tip-up only. Screw you, lefties.

If you have room for another cool, high-value EDC / Gentleman’s knife, I’d say go for it!

Ruike P865 Knife
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Bob "The Knife Junkie" Demarco

Bob "The Knife Junkie" Demarco

Serious knife lover and collector, husband and dad.

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