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Blade: black high carbon steel; partially serratedHandle: Black aluminum with grey accentsIncludes a pocket clip4 1/2" closed
Fast action spring assist knives give you a tactical advantage when every second counts. Quick, one handed opening with inner spring assist.Product Specifications:Steel handle with intricate textured design.Combo edge, partially serrated blade.Falcon inspired handle & blade design.Sharpened 440 stainless steel blade with black finish.In-line open lock.Includes pocket / boot clip.7 in. overall opened, 2 5/8 in. blade, 4 5/8 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.
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Overall, this is a pretty good knife. It has a nice thick, durable blade. The open-assist is pretty responsive, without being overly sensitive. Also, the pocket clip seems to be pretty good quality. My only complaint is that the handle is made out of somewhat flimsy plastic, tacked onto a thin stainless steel / aluminum (not sure which) skeleton. Don't get me wrong. It's a good looking grip. makes for a beautiful knife. I'm just not sure how long it'll hold up.
Not a traditional Kerambit becuase of the shape of the blade but a nice variation. Its mostly fun just to look at with the amazing design but thats not why you should get a Kerambit. Its uses are a bit limited with the tadpole shape but it is easy to adapt. I reccomend this knife.
So much more beautiful in person than the picture shows. The detailing is raised from the handle which really enhances the almost tribal bird motif. Ridiculously fast open, sturdy lock, bit difficult to close but i can't complain. Finger hold is the perfect size. The pocket clip is on the wrong side as far as traditional karambits go, but this is no traditional karambit. Trueswords, I've given you far too much of my money, and products like this are why i continue to do so ^_^
Very nice, looks really cool. It's pretty small but can make a great weapon, also you can put your pointing or pinky finger in the whole and it's like a tactical knife.
Great karambit. Got it along with the dragon dagger of the same color for an interesting duo. The spring action is smooth and quick. The handle is comfortable and well sized, even for my large hands. The blade is shorter than you might imagine but it works just fine as a karambit. Only complaint I have is the pommel at the end; the gap is a little awkward, but not enough so to affect the knife.