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.
Good knife. Keeps an edge well. Had an issue with it wanting to come apart. Just had to snap it back together. No real issues.
Would of gave it 5 stars, but it is a bit smaller then it appears, my fault for not checking out the size first
Came in on time as showed, but my only opinion downside is the quality build (paying for this price is still fantastic, but you pay for what you get).
The knife looks amazing, but the screws are weak and fall out within fifteen days.
Good sturdy knife with quick action opening and lock. Would recommend purchase as blade has great steel, and so far is holding its' edge - though I bought it for collection purposes mostly; however, have used the blade for cutting in the kitchen a few times and seems to be holding up well overall. For the price you can't go wrong. Recommend - buy.
Just received this knife as a birthday present from my wife. A little smaller than I'd normally like but its a keeper. What a Beauty ! I have Kershaw, Gerber. Buck, ect all in the same price range but the Carson Burlwood stands out. Kind of on the stiff side hoping it free's up with use.Can't keep my hands off it. Happy it only says "Made in China" on box and not on knife.
Very nice knife! Sharp and great for hiking, camping and backpacking!
Outstanding several comments 2 friends are purchasing exactly as described
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