Badyuk Tanto | Brutalica


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  • Flipper with a tanto blade.
  • Durable D2 steel with hardness 60 Rc min.
  • Ball bearings for the easy one-hand opening.
  • Super robust G10 handle.
  • Collaboration project with Sergey Badyuk.

Badyuk Tanto by Brutalica is an awesome new EDC folding knife with an interesting Tanto style blade. This is a mix of a traditional Japanese tanto and an American tanto blade. 

The blade is made of famous and well known USA made D2 steel with two finish options: stonewash finish or Black stonewash finish.  The geometry of the blade makes it a perfect tool for any cutting task with great penetration ability at the same time.

The Badyuk Tanto knife has a steel frame with durable G10 scales and liner lock. The original pocket clip can be installed on both sides of the handle for left- or right-handed caring.  

The pivot point has a ballbearing system for the easy opening and closing with one hand.


  • Total Length: 9.76" (248mm).
  • Blade Length: 4.48" (114 mm).
  • Blade thickness: 3.5mm.
  • Blade Material: D2 steel
  • Hardness: 60-62Rc.
  • G10 Handle: Black
  • Ballbearings.
  • Weight:  6 Oz (171g.)

Type: folding

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
William G Apodaca

This is a well built and sharp knife.
It has its place on my EDC.
Looking to purchase another one .

Michael McPherson
So cool!

I was temped to knock this down to four stars because this knife is pretty rough on pockets, and even when folded it presents a cutting hazard in the pocket because of how close the edge sits to the spind of the handle. But I'm going to give it five stars anyway. Despite it's two slight hazards, this knife is very well executed and just plain cool. It's smooth, fast, locks up solidly, came with an excellent edge, great overall fit and finish, and presents a great value. It's tempting to just buy another one. Overall, a great knife that nobody else I know is carrying! Thanks.

Revaz Chkhikvadze

Very very good knife

Jacob Darin
Pocket clip fail

This is my second Brutalica. I also have the Tsarap folder. Both are great knives, and there is a lot of attention to detail put into them. However why they neglected to nest the pocket clip on the Badyuk Tanto into the G10 is beyond me. It's also secured by just one screw. It winds up acting as a pivot point for a clip that won't stay in one place. This could have been easily managed by either taking the time to nest the clip, or by securing it with more than one screw. Bottom line, this won't effect the actual cutting ability of the knife, just convince of carry. By the way the Tsarap is amazing. Check it out too.

nil borg
Greate knife

Very good quality! Top customer service! I will definitely buy more from Russian knifes.

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