Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives
Recent Customer Reviews - Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives
Matt A. from United States
This is the best knife I've ever owned. I'm thinking about buying them as Christmas presents for my family. It's a rugged badass knife, I carry it with me everywhere I go.
Matt A. reviewed: Smith & Wesson M&P Assisted Opening Pocket Knife, 2nd Generation
Zach B. from New York
I personally love the knife, it's a scary looking knife and just feels good in the hand. The only problems I have with it is the safety. I didn't see it at first but you can actually open the knife with the safety on, that shouldn't happen. Other then that great looking knife
Pyro P. from Windsor Ontario
This knife is great,smooth action,fits the hand it is ready ta use in a flick.but in canada it is called a switch blade and the law will nail your ass if your caught with it.
Big Mike V. from Chattanooga, TN
One of the best made knives I have ever owned. Liked it so much i bought two. Everywhere I go I show it off, I should be a sales rep for this knife. Kit Carson designs are top shelf and if his name is attached to it you just cant go wrong. So sad we recently lost him.
Big Mike V. reviewed: Columbia River (CRKT) M4-02W Carson Burl Wood Pocket Knife
Michael A. from Kansas
Purchased this knife for self-defense/EDC, to replace my old 2.5 inch stiletto. The length & shape of the make me worry but overall, it seems sturdy enough for my purpose. The weight & length of the knife makes one-hand opening awkward (It has flown across the room several times), the tightness of the screws didn't help either. My knife needed a lot of breaking in to get it to lock without snapping the knife open, and still need more for it to work properly. The opening mechanism can snag on clothes, which can cause issues. The menacing all black design, sleek & slender profile, and needle-like spear point atop it's 6 inch blade are quite intimidating. The blade is sharp enough to pierce semi-hard plastic. The hollow design of the handle allows the blade to be attached to a pole to form a decent spear. I've never seen a blade with this type of opening mechanism, but I like it, the blade can be opened in 1-second and you have more options for opening the blade (Which could save your life).
Michael A. reviewed: United Cutlery Rampage Assisted Opening Stiletto, Black Handle & Blade, Plain Edge
E Serge P. from NY.NY
Awesome dual purpose one 2 punch
E Serge P. reviewed: Solid Black Spring Assist Knife with Knuckle Guard
John T. from Brooklyn.NY
I find that all your products are of top quality, I enjoy all your products.
John T. reviewed: Fast Action Assisted Stiletto Style Knife
John Touma T. from New York
John Touma T. reviewed: Fast Action Assisted Stiletto Style Knife
More Information About Assisted Opening Knives
- How to Choose a Knife For Everyday Carry (EDC) - In one day, your Everyday Carry needs to be able to cut open fruit and save someone's life. Here's a look at what pocket knives make good EDC knives.
- The Legality of Assisted-Opening Knives - Under federal law, assisted-opening knives are legal. Here's everything you need to know about the legality of these folders.
- Switchblade vs. Assisted Opening Knives - Switchblades and assisted-opening knives are often confused with one another because they tend to look the same to the untrained eye. However, understanding the difference between these two knives is important because switchblades are illegal in most