Spring Assist - 'Legal Automatic' Knife - Silver Stiletto
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    Fast action spring assist knives give you a tactical advantage when every second counts. Quick, one handed opening with inner spring assist.

    Product Specifications:

    • Stainless steel handle w/ silver finish.
    • Sharpened 440 stainless steel blade with satin finish.
    • In-line open lock.
    • Includes pocket / boot clip.
    • 7 1/4 in. overall opened, 3 1/8 in. blade, 4 in. closed.
    How are Spring Assist different from a Gravity Knife or Automatic Switchblade Knife?

    Gravity or Switch Blade knives feature a button, level, or other type of switch that releases a spring pressure to automatically open the blade. On a Spring Assist knife, there is no separate button or switch. Instead, you apply pressure to part of the blade to begin the opening process. This is usually a small bump of metal which sticks out under the knife, making it fast and comfortable to use. Once you press on that part of the blade, it automatically opens and locks into place. Since the action of opening the knife is started by pressing the blade metal, instead of a button or switch, it is considered to bypass the laws which ban Switch Blade knives.

    This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: NY

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Josh Barber on Mar 10, 2012   4 out of 5

    Got this a few days ago... Great design, blade is firm, and the action is fast... But mine has one defect... When flipping out to fast the blade lock actually goes past the blade and gets stuck... This is easily fixed by placing another knife or flathead screwdriver between the lock and side of the knife and prying it back into place... It is a bit annoying at times though when you want to show it off and then it gets stuck...

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