Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives

Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives

I bought the knife for a friend going into college. She had never owned a knife and I thought she needed to know the basics of knife fighting. The knife I got her was perfect. It was easily concealed and wicked sharp. I've considered getting myself one when I have the money.

Really cool knife, it made a great gift! Once again, thanks folks!

It is more than I expected, in a good way!

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.

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