Single Blade Folding Knives
In a matter of seconds, folding knives can go from a safe and secure tool to one that's ready for action. Whether you're out hunting hogs or taking care of basic tasks around the house, folding knives are versatile tools that can be safely carried anywhere you need. Thanks to generations of innovative designs from companies like Schrade, Buck and others, you can get an array of styles and designs. Need a knife to open quickly? Get a one-handed opener. Need one that works seamlessly with either hand? Get an ambidextrous folding knife. The possibilities for your most important tool are endless.
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Decent sharpness, can handle most non-heavy duty tasks. Safety lock and easily accessible assist open. I think the selling point of this knife is its sick look anyways, good-looking blade, muted chameleon body. It feels heavy and sturdy in hand. I carry it around as my safety knife because of the powerful assist open.
The knife came as expected and is very sharp. The only complaint is that the spring that closes the knife is rather weak. I have to make sure that the knife is fully closed - it doesn't close itself.
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend and it was the best possible gift I could've bought him. He carries it with him everywhere and called it the best gift ever.
Well made knife
I've been carrying one of the original M-16's for about 10 years and love it. Bought one of them a couple of years ago with the new Lawks lock, Hate it. It now just sits on the shelf. My original is still in my pocket.
I purchased this knife with engraving for an anniversary gift. It is perfect. My husband loves it, carries it always, and uses it. He shows it off to family and friends. And I so appreciate the great customer service I received that made it so the knife arrived just in time even though I was a little late in deciding what to get him. I highly recommend Knife Depot.
The Boker Plus Automat Kalashnikov 74 Manual Folding Knife is very well made. The push button feature ejects the blade from the handle with a very nice spring force. Don't get in the way of the blade coming out for sure! The knife is designed is such a way that it would be very difficult to inadvertently press the release button during normal pocket carrying. The blade itself came with a very nice edge and is holding its sharpness very nicely. This is a good everyday carry knife.
I love it! I feel super safe with this blade on me at all times. Thanks Knife Depot!
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