Tactical Karambit Spring Assist Knife, Red Aluminum Handle, Black Blade
Channel the strength and ferocity of big cats with this Tactical Karambit Spring-Assisted Knife. Modeled after the claws of big cats found in Southeast Asia, the blade is made from 440 stainless steel and features black coating that reduces the glare of the steel. The blade bursts to life using a flipper mechanism or dual thumb studs.
Using a liner lock to stay securely engaged, the tactical karambit boasts an eye-popping red handle made from aluminum. Circular cutouts and grooves throughout the handle serve to not only add flare to the knife and security to the grip but also help reduce the overall weight of the knife.
The finger ring allows the user to hold the karambit in a variety of grips. It comes with a pocket clip.
|Closed Length||5.0 inches|
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel|
|Pocket Clip Included||Yes|
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I gave it 3 stars for a couple of reasons. I gave it 1 more star than I felt it deserved, due to blame I put on me, not seeing the flaw from the picture. The #! flaw is... the way the clip holds the knife in your pocket... the ring is at the very bottom. The main reason I wanted to go to the Karambit, was the easy of drawing the the knife with the ring, in a self defense situation. I am limited in mobility, so I really thought that the ring would help me draw easierthan trying to pinch a knife to get it out of my pocket. With this configuration, one step becomes two. You have to draw the knife and then flip the knife 180 degrees, to obtain the best grip. Major flaw in my opinion. The 2nd flaw, which I fixed, is that the spring clip is so tight that you have to tug and tug to get it out of your pocket. I eventually bent it out just enough to make it function as it should. The knife quality is worth the price. Well constructed considering. But the 1st flaw makes it hard for me to recommend to others.
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