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Rock-solid ambidextrous function is sure to tame the most die-hard of traditionalists. And you can grab onto the lightweight, handle with its grip-textured surface and rib covered spine that grabs you right back for a "can't let go" grip. The model 556-1 comes with gray G10 handle scales, blue G10 accents, blue barrel spacers and a reversible deep carry pocket clip for right or left side carry. The blade steel has also been upgraded on this model to CPM-20CV stainless steel. CPM-20CV is virtually identical in chemical composition to Benchmade's current M390 steel but is made in the US by Niagara as opposed to Bohler which is based Austria. It offers better edge retention but is not quite as tough to resharpen as M390.
The ESEE-4P-B fixed blade knife features gray linen Micarta scales and a black finished 1095 steel blade with a plain cutting edge. Includes a black polymer sheath, paracord, and cord lock.
ESEE knives are made from high carbon 1095 steel. And while 1095 is a top choice for professional cutlery designed for hard use, it will rust and stain if not properly cared for, especially on the cutting edge and around the laser engraving. It is the user's responsibility to keep the blades properly lubricated and cleaned. ESEE Knives suggest using a dry film rust inhibitor such as TUF-GLIDE or TUF-CLOTH.
Fallkniven knives from Sweden began manufacturing knives back in 1984. As fishermen and hunters for decades, they have used their knowledge to produce some of the most prized and beloved outdoor survival knives in the world. The F1 knife has proven to be an incredibly popular design, one that you only fully appreciated once you've experienced its superior design and craftsmanship.
This Fallkniven F1 knife has a convex ground satin finished blade, made from a stainless steel laminated VG-10 core. The diamond textured Thermorun handle provides an ideal platform for safe and comfortable use, whether wet or dry. Tang protrudes at base slightly (less than 1/16"). This Fallkniven F1 comes with a tough double-safety, one hand operated zytel sheath with belt loop.
Companion is used in a huge variety of situations by a range of users: bush crafters, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts have all discovered the charm of this knife. The blade is made of Swedish stainless steel, which makes it easy to maintain and keeps the blade sharper for longer. It has a soft, friction grip handle made of TPE rubber, which makes the knife feel safe and steady to work with. The polymer knife sheath has a practical belt clip for attaching the knife to a rucksack or a belt – always close at hand.
The Griptilian is born of custom knife maker Mel Pardue's passion for functional designs. You release the creature's ferocity with a thumb stud. At the very heart of the Griptilian, is the exclusive AXIS™ locking mechanism. This modern marvel gives life to a cutting tool like you have never experienced before, especially in a lightweight folder. Rock-solid ambidextrous function is sure to tame the most die-hard of traditionalists. And you can grab onto the lightweight, injection molded handle with its grip-textured surface and rib covered spine that grabs you right back for a "can't let go" grip. The Model 551 also comes with a reversible carry-clip for right or left side carry.
Ambidextrous Thumb-Stud Opener
Lightweight Molded Handle
Drop Point Blade Shape
This is an MSG-2 by Marfione Custom Knives. The knife features a double vapor blast finished blade with satin flats, false top edge, notched thumb rest and dual titanium thumb studs. The handle has a black aluminum frame with double vapor blasted hardware and tip up stainless steel clip, double vapor blasted titanium back spacer with lanyard hole. This knife is serial #006 with birthdate of 12/2016.
Included with this knife:
- Original Box
- Nylon Zippered case
- Original paperwork
NOTE: This is an opened box item. There is only one available.
Overall Length: 4.38" (111 mm) Closed Length: 2.44" (62 mm) Blade Edge: Plain Weight: 0.6 oz. (18 g) Blade Thickness: 0.08" (2 mm) Blade Length: 1.94" (49 mm) Blade Steel: V-Toku2 Tool Steel Laminated with SUS310 Stainless Steel Handle: Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon (FRN) Tip Carry Position: keychain Lock Type: Lockback Grind: Flat Made in Japan
The blade is CPM 20CV high-chromium stainless steel. This powdered metallurgy tool steel has a high volume of vanadium carbides for exceptional wear resistance and a truly long-lasting edge. The high-vanadium steel gives it excellent corrosion resistance as well. The two-tone, satin-and-stonewashed blade finish looks handsome, while the KVT ball-bearing opening and a flipper make the knife fast and easy to open.
The 0470's handle is titanium with an eye-catching marbled carbon fiber insert. Instead of a formal "weave" as in standard carbon fiber sheets, for the "marbled" insert, the carbon fibers are dropped randomly onto the plate. Then resin is added to secure the fibers and produce a smooth surface. A titanium clip and a black anodized-aluminum backspacer complete the look.
With sweeping, sculpted lines and a unique open pivot design, the Kershaw Flythrough is certain to be a standout in our EDC line-up. Designed by RJ Martin, the Flythrough is outfitted with an impressive see through pivot and a revealing handle cut-out. The modified drop point blade sports a sculpted swedge and a concave thumb rest for secure, controlled use. A stainless steel frame lock handle provides ample heft and a sleek overall look. Leave the ordinary far behind with the Kershaw Flythrough.
- Black oxide coated stainless steel blade offers a sharp, corrosion resistant blade.
- RJ Martin's See-Through-Pivot adds a unique flair to the design, that's easily adjustable with the Kershaw STP tool.
- Reversible deep carry pocket clip provides versatile carrying options.
This Warlock knife has a red finished CPM-S30V steel blade with a Sorcerer grind and a double-edge, and a black 6061-T6 aluminum handle.
Paragon Knives' Warlock knife diverges from traditional folding knives with its radical opening mechanism. Your first hint for deploying the blade is the oversized, textured pivot. By pushing both sides of the pivot at the same time, the handle splits apart to reveal the blade. With gravity and a flick of the wrist, the Warlock's blade emerges and locks in place. It's an entertaining and novel opening mechanism that also has solid lockup.