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.
Beautiful knife, fits well in my pocket, easy one handed opening. Very sturdy/reliable.
Beautifully made and sharp as a razor. I love it.
I have had this knife for almost four years now and it's still my favorite. I use it as my daily carry and it has held up wonderfully. The blade keeps an edge wonderfully and the assisted opening is very strong. I have never had any problems with this knife. I would (and do) recommend this to anyone looking for a tough EDC knife that will last.
This knife feels very nice in the hand & is extremely well-made & fast-opening. It almost jumps out of your hand with a flick of the thumb stud. A good, sturdy, fast, all around knife.
Every thing I expected in the product, and more. Build quality is excellent and the service second to none.
Very quick,a little heavy but a great knife.
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