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TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman's Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed
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- Spring assist folding knife offers rapid one-handed deployment, locks securely into place with liner lock
- Black straight edge stainless steel blade
- Handsome pakkawood handle inlay
- Comes complete with a pocket clip for easy and safe carry
- 4-inch closed length, 3-inch blade length with 3mm thickness
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About TAC Force
TAC Force designs spring assist folding knives that offer the rapid deployment desired by EMTs, Fire/Rescue, and first responders. They're available in a wide range of styles — from hunting to tactical and collectibles to fantasy.
TAC Force is part of Master Cutlery, a family owned business originally founded in 1982 that is now the largest wholesale knife manufacturer in the United States.
TAC Force TF-469 Assisted Opening Tactical Folding Knife
The TAC Force TF-469 assisted opening gentleman's folding knife features 3-inch, 3-millimeter thick black stainless steel blade with a straight edge blade and a 4-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed deployment, this spring assisted open folding knife locks securely into place with the use of its liner lock.
Offering a simple yet classic design, the handsome brown pakkawood overlay handle adds a beautiful element of nature to this gentleman's styled pocket knife. It also has a pocket clip for easy and safe carry.
- 3-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade
- 4-1/2-inch closed length
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The TAC Force Assisted Opening Gentleman's Folding Knife (model TF-469) features a black straight edge blade and a brown pakkawood handle, with a 4-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed deployment, this spring assisted open folding knife locks securely into place with the use of its liner lock. This knife features a 3-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade. The pakkawood overlay handle adds a beautiful element of nature to this gentleman's styled pocket knife. It also has a pocket clip for easy and safe carry. TAC Force designs spring assist folding knives that offer the rapid deployment desired by EMTs, Fire/Rescue, and first responders. They're available in a wide range of styles -- from hunting to tactical and collectibles to fantasy.
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This knife is perfect for what it is. A solidly built, decently good knife that I can use the crap out of and not feel bad if I destroy it, while being good looking and fitting discreetly into my pocket. I wear this knife all the time, and whether I'm at work, at church, or on a date, it feels comfortable.
I've included a few pictures so you can see the size of the knife. You can see that it fits perfectly into my inner pocket on my jeans. I'm 6'2" and wear a 36 inch waist and a 34 inch inseam - a bit tall, but I'm not a giant. The clip is sturdy, the lock is solid, and the pakkawood is beautiful and comfortable to hold.
The knife is easy to sharpen, and does what I need it to do - just an EDC knife for a poor college age kid who could probably afford a more expensive knife but wouldn't want to use a more expensive knife, because I have bills to pay and I pay them all myself. This is a beater knife, and I like it.
Are you looking for a pocket knife on Amazon with a wood handle, spring-assist blade, and a price cheaper than $9? Two knives in that category that I own are this TAC Force knife and also the Mtech Pakkawood knife. Mtech Ballistic Red Pakkawood Folding Blade Pocket Knife
The 2 knives have similar budget build quality. Low-grade stainless steel blade is designed for light-duty use (cutting cardboard and rope, very light woodwork, etc). Under heavy use, this type of steel dulls quickly and is difficult to sharpen.
The Mtech knife if about 1/8 inch longer. More importantly, the blade is about 1/8 wider. That makes the blade noticeably heavier, but the handle is also thicker and heavier to give it a good overall balance. The Mtech knife is heavier than the TAC Force (6 ounces vs 5.8 ounces).
Which knife should you buy? Again, both knives are for designed for light duty use only, so they have essentially the same functionality. The Mtech knife is bigger and heavier making it look and feel more impressive, but the TAC Force is lighter weight and more comfortable to carry, so that is the one in my pocket most of the time.
The clip came loose fairly early, which is fine with me because it just adds bulk in my case so I just removed it. However, the scales have been coming loose lately as well. While slightly annoying since the screws are six sided (sorry don't know the exact name) and it's screw driver not readily available in my toolbox ...though not a deal breaker. Tighten them up every so often and you're fine. I have experienced no blade play, the black coating has held up remarkably well, and the spring loaded blade and lock have worked flawlessly.
There's not much to say...this is a nice looking cheap knife, that works remarkably well. Yea it's not perfect, but if you're looking for a really decent cheapo to edc this is it. Great for self defense because of rapid deployment, great to cut boxes, cut wires ect. because...you know it's a knife. It does everything you'd want a folder to do...so buy it if you like it. It's pretty handsome and not cheesy looking like some of the other budget friendly knives. Are there better knives? Sure. Better for the price? Nope, not with everything this one has going for it.
I'm looking for a better knife.
**For everyone that has complained about issues with the spring-assist opener, I would highly suggest getting (for all of your knives) a cheap TORX screwdriver set to ADJUST the tension setting for this knife. The largest TORX screw is the one you'll need to tighten or loosen.
Once I've made this adjustment, this knife opens and locks with authority. For all of the non-control points of this knife, it never hurts to re-check the tightness of the other screws. It's totally worth the investment. I put a link to what I use for my knives, but any smaller TORX set will work.
IHusky 8 in 1 Torx Screwdriver Set