The Last of Its Kind – Magpul Stonewashed Green Micarta Rigger Knife

If you love both Magpul and limited edition knives, chances are you’ve been lusting after each iteration of their Rigger knife. Well, that story is coming to a close. Magpul is releasing the last of their Rigger series; the Stonewashed Green Micarta Rigger.

Green Micarta

The Limited Edition Stonewashed Green Micarta® version of the Rigger is the fourth and final blade in a short series of production runs, each limited to only 200 serial-numbered knives per run. It’s available for purchase at 12:00 noon Eastern on Friday, December 11th only at

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Green Micarta

Only 200 of these knives are being produced, and if you tried to get one of the earlier editions, you know how quickly they sell out. The blade is forged from CPM S35VN stainless steel. The blade shape is a modified Wharncliffe, which gives you a straight cutting surface, and a spine that curves to meet it.

Green Micarta
Green Micarta
Green Micarta
Green Micarta

The knife uses a skeletonized, lightweight double-locking titanium frame lock. The idea behind the secondary locking feature is to give an added layer of security, assuring the blade will not fold during hard use. The pocket clip is titanium, is reversible, removable, and uses a hollow attachment screw, allowing the use of a lanyard. The Rigger comes in an injection-molded, weather-resistant case. You might recognize the “paint pen dot matrix” from your PMAGs. 

Specs are as follows:

  • Open Length: 7.6 in.
  • Closed Length: 4.5 in.
  • Blade Length: 3.4 in. (from center of pivot)
  • Blade Thickness: 11/64 in.
  • Handle Thickness: 7/16 in.
  • Weight: 4 oz.
  • Flipper Jimping Length: ~ 0.24 in.
  • Blade Spine Jimping Length: ~ 0.7”
  • Hardware Material: Stainless Steel
  • Pocket Clip Position: Reversible, Tip-Up
  • Bearing Type: Caged Ceramic Bearings

If you’re willing to spend $425 for a limited edition knife, this little guy can be all yours. It’s only available through Magpul and can be purchased here. If you just find yourself needing more magazines, or even a magnetic DAKA Field Tray (See Eric B’s write up), head on over to their website. It is almost Christmas after all. For more updates and information, take a look at their Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.

Green Micarta
Green Micarta
Green Micarta

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