Modern Folding Knuckles Knife - Black

Modern Folding Knuckles Knife - Black

4.3 (3 Reviews)
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Modern Folding Knuckles Knife - Black

 

Modern Masterpiece Inspired by 1911 WWI Trench Knife...

The Modern Folding Knuckles Knife series is definitely something new and exciting. Includes a blade lock and a spring powered button that automatically opens the blade. You can use as knuckles when the knife is closed! Incorporates a removable steel pocket clip. Despite the impressive armament the Trench Folder is still relatively thin at only 5/8" thick.

 NOTE: We can not ship this item to city of Chicago.

Specifications: Overall: 8.75" Blade: 3.9" Weight: 3.7oz

 

Average Rating 4.3 out of 5
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4 out of 5
Reviewed by Trevor Reilly on Jan 09, 2010

First off- great product, but after glimpsing at the overview for it I think some things should be set straight- There is no safety for the knife, and the "spring loaded button" is more of a switch. The knife is EXTREMELY sharp, and the knuckles are very hard. Thin... but hard.
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5 out of 5
Reviewed by Nicholas Kyrkos on Dec 03, 2014

this is a great product!! razor sharp and opens really quickly.and is extremely sharp! there is a couple differences then what the picture shows,first this knife is spring ASSISTED. not automatic. it still opens nicely.unlike the other reviews mine does NOT have any kind of safety lock when the blade is closed.it has a regular liner lock when the blade is opened however. the last difference is on the blade it had the Tac-force speedster model logo.other then that its identical to the picture. and finally the shipping was really quick,ordered on the 26th got it on the 3rd.
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4 out of 5
Reviewed by Trevor Reilly on Jan 09, 2010

*unfortunately I made a mistake in my original review. There is actually a safety for the blade when is closed, although it's certainly better than nothing, it isnt much more than a small switch holding the very tip of the blade.
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