Open Palm Self Defense Fighting Knife CQC
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    Enables the user to grab objects without having to drop the knife. Objects, people, guns, steering wheels, doors, and more remain easily accessible while holding this knife!

    This innovative piece by American designer Adams Miltner offers extraordinary user safety. With its Top Grip construction, this knife is 100% safe in your hand, in any situation. The handle design allows the user to open their hand in order to grab or hold another object, without the risk of losing the knife.

    An extremely compact piece, ideal for a variety of tasks.

    The blade is made of 440C stainless steel, titanium coated. Includes a fiber-reinforced nylon sheath with belt clip.

    Blade length: 2 1/2".
    Overall length: 5 1/8".
    Weight: 1.6 oz.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.25 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Zachary Di Novo on Sep 24, 2010   4 out of 5

    I like this knife, but it's clip could be designed to make it easier to unclip. It's just awkward to try and present it fast. Also, the first finger hole close to the point could be a little bigger.

    Reviewed by Michael Hanley on Sep 13, 2010   4 out of 5

    Came with a weird sheath, very sharp though, extremely pointy, fingerholes kinda small, overall great buy, very good cutting

    Reviewed by Chris Tremblay on Feb 20, 2010   5 out of 5

    The knife itself is quite good and fit my hand just fine. I don't have to worry about it slipping off easily but it's not hard to get off either.

    As for the clip, I will admit that at first it is nearly impossible to get on but after working on it, it eases up and a gap grows enough to get it on and off easily.

    I would suggest this to anyone who's interest.

    Reviewed by Chris Huntoon on Jul 14, 2009   4 out of 5

    It was much smaller then I expected, but it goes on well enough. Getting it off is a bit like pulling off a tight ring though. The blade is quite good, and the point is sharp, and it feals quite good to hold, so I like :)

    Its also worth noting that the holder is also quite good, but almost useless, as the clip is way to strong to actually attach it to anything... it doesn't open enough :P

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