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TAC Force TF-705BK Assisted Opening Tactical Folding Knife
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- Spring assist folding knife offers rapid one-handed deployment, locks securely into place with liner lock
- Black half-serrated stainless steel blade
- Aluminum handle with bottle opener and glass breaker for emergencies
- Comes complete with a pocket clip for easy and safe carry
- 4-1/2-inch closed length, 3-1/4-inch blade length with 3mm thickness. Knife needs to be pushed to the side to close.
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The TAC Force Assisted Opening Tactical Folding Knife (TF-705 Series) features a black half-serrated blade, with a 4-1/2-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 3-1/4-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade. The aluminum handle features a bottle opener and a glass breaker on the end, which can punch out the window of a car in an emergency. 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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Sturdy, durable and sharp - the Tac Force knives are great for camping, fishing, cutting things, stabbing bad guys, throwing at trees, opening amazon prime boxes, looking like a badass, making your girlfriend look like a badass, poking, carving, general disarray, etc.
The can opener can be tough to use but it's functional, just have to learn how to work it.. and I have yet to use the car window breaker at the butt of the knife so no comment there.
All around great knife - I really love it
Overall, even with my Nit picks about it, I still found this knife to be an awsome piece. It wasn't expensive! You can get it for around $10 which aint too shabby! I highly recommend this knife and I still use it as one of my usual EDC's.
I do wish i could have given it 4 1/2 stars but I couldn't so I just gave it a 4 out 5!
This knife is eye candy (perfect for my jumbled collection of various knives), and even without background knowledge on specific functions of this type of knife, I can tell you it does seem very good for the price. As I said, it's very pretty (to me). You'd expect it to be a flimsy and dull knife for the price, but no. It's got a good weight to it, it's sturdy, and it is very sharp!
I know my review may be useless given the fact I purely bought this for the looks, but I thought I might as well share my experience anyway. :)
The knife is really well made though and I haven't yet come in contact with the loose screw issue a minority of reviewers have complained about. It looks good open and closed and has a heft to it I like. I wish it could deploy faster but its safe because it doesn't sprig out of the handle; I would recommend using both hands to ease the blade out. I could also do without the belt clip but its not a huge deal. My biggest gripe is the hold. The knife is made of sleek steel and unless you have a firm grip it can be a touch slippery. Not in that way that you have to be any worried about dropping it, because the shape of the handle fits in the hand pretty well, but its something you notice on the down-low. If you like stabbing things, its not like it will slide in your fist.
I am an EMT and I have used this knife once in a situation off the job when I didn't have trauma shears on me to cut through a sweater to expose a GSW, and the knife worked wonderfully. Here's hoping others can use this great knife to to help make their lives easier.