Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives

Ka-bar Knives Assisted Opening Knives
4.4
925

The blade is sharp, overall looks nice. However the photos are very misleading and attention should be paid to the specifications. This knife is not nearly as orange as it looks in the photos.

Love this knife!! Super shop right out of the box

The knife is well made, looks great, and the blade is holding its edge. I really like this knife and carry it daily. For the price, you can not beat this knife.

This is a very well made stiletto. It is an attractive knife, quite heavy and generally feels good in the hand as well as functionality. I am so impressed that I bought another!

I trust this knife. There's no play in the blade, and I like the grind (no bevel at the top). The handle is put together with three different mounting spacers adding to the strength. With all metal construction it's a little heavy, but fells strong, and solid. It's big, and the two tones look very attractive.

I like the G10 scales. They provide a good non slip grip, kept the handle narrow, and at the same time adds strength. The dip on top of the blade helps you to close it with one hand. It's not built for heavy use, but fine for many uses.

  • 10 Best Budget EDC Knives - When you need a reliable EDC knife that won't cost an arm and a leg, these 10 knives prove it's more than possible to find a good knife on a budget.
  • 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