Assisted Opening Knives
When you need a knife that opens quickly and easily, our collection of assisted opening knives can't be beat. With slight pressure from your thumb, assisted open knives lock open for swift use. The little effort it takes to engage these sleek knives allows for maximum control. Spring assisted knives vary in style and function, but always give you the confidence that a sharp blade is just a quick flick away. Unlike switchblade knives, assisted open knives are legal in all states.
And remember, all of our assisted opening knives, like every product we sell, come with a 60-day 100% money-back guarantee, so you can buy with confidence.
I absolutely love this knife. It looks good, spring tension is perfect, light weight. Its cheap enough for everyday use. I plan on buying a few more just in case i lose, it or for gifts.
This knife has good, solid construction. The lock mechanism seems very robust, the assist opens very easily although it is still a bit of extra resistance to close.This knife is lighter than I expected, very featherweight. The grip is great for me with the curve providing needed purchase, but I would not recommend it for someone with large hands. Overall, I highly recommend it, a great price for top quality.
This is an excellent knife I bought it about a year ago and has been extremely good ever since then. You might need to get it sharpened though.
Very well made..Feels good in your hand..Looks nice..Perfect length..Very sharp..I would highly recommend this knife..shipping was fast & easy..
Ordered this knife on 12/23/2014 received it 12/26/2014. Was shipped via UPS Ground, thanks Knife Depot. The blade is razor sharp and opens quickly. The handle has nice grip texture and fits the hand well.
I recently discovered 'assisted opening' knives & wanted one to add to my knife collection--this is used as an EDC knife, along with others--the Schrade 'MAGIC' design is simple & efficient, deploying with a satisfying snap that works right or left handed--I have several black coated and/or partially serrated blades, but wanted a regular silver blade for this knife--arrived very sharp & ready to go--the steel grade is AUS 8, which is a nice balance of strength, toughness,sharpness & ease of resharpening-- the handle on this knife is solid aluminum with a texture kind of like a fine to medium grit sandpaper with scallops cut into it--this gives a very secure grip, even when wet--very comfortable knife to hold--the pocket clip is firm, but not too aggressive--good balance of retention (sure do not want to lose this one!)--one other point: I have several knives made by Taylor Brands & they are all good knives--people who complain about them on knife forums are really probably just mad that they paid a lot more for their knives & that they really do not work much if any better.
To me a knife is a tool. Having carried a Kershaw similar but much older I bought this one for my son for Christmas. And I have always tried to give my son the best.
Smooth fast opening. Razor sharp with excellent grip. For the price, I don't think you can have a better EDC. Very satisfied.
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