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To complement the knife's tactical mission, Cold Steel gave the Recon 1 a tough, black coated finish, which gives the blade three major tactical advantages. First, it helps the blade resist rust. Second, it eliminates glare and light reflections, which otherwise might give the user away. And third, the knife is coated with a superior lubricant, which causes the blade to slip through even tough material with markedly less friction. This means you can cut deeper and far longer than with the coated blade. Cold Steel also added a thumb disc and extra-strong pocket clip, making the Recon 1 easy to open and carry. The clip is completely ambidextrous, and its small size is designed to keep the palm comfortable under protracted use. Finally, the knife is outfitted with the company's revolutionary Tri Ad lock, which practically eliminates lock failure.
Knife stays with me everyday. Stays clipped on my front pocket of my jeans. Blade was initially sticky to open so I left the blade 3/4 open to 'stretch' the spring for a couple... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rocky Miclat
Cheap blade won't hold an edge. Made in Taiwan. I've used plenty of knives to pry large staples from boxes of materials at work and they've all done just what you would expect on... Read morePublished 20 days ago by JSmile
Heavy knife..Great grip almost like sand paper...HUGE blade...I love itPublished 25 days ago by Lando Flash
BLADE from TAIWAN.
Unlike the description "The blades are made out of imported Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel" the blade is actually label "made in... Read more
easy to carry...lock system is great, you can climb to rocks with it!Published 1 month ago by orhan
Its huge!, I could probably use it as a pry bar if I had to. The grips are corse and will not allow it to slide in your had while using it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Brunner
I just paid $81 for a piece of cheap taiwanese junk. I always make sure that I only buy German, American or Japanese steel. The product description said it was Japanese. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John