|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 1.8 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||25-4180|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Trademark Black Firm 4.5" Tactical Pocket Knife
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- Pocket-sized tactical folding knife with combination straight and serrated blade
- 3.25-inch stainless steel blade stamped with Whetstone Cutlery. (beware knockoffs without stamped blade, Martial Arts Land,qswords, SDN retail)
- Knife measures 4.5 inches long folded and eight inches long overall
- Comes with belt clip
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As an amateur knife collector and also a poor college student, I really know my cheap knives, and this is easily one of the best nonbrand knives I have ever come across. I am a firm believer in "you get what you pay for" but at the same time the same 20 dollars could get you a knife worth 5 dollars or a knife worth 50 dollars. In this case I rate this knife with the cost in mind, so keep in mind that I am not suggesting this knife to be of comparable to a CRKT or a Kershaw. I will separately review the components of this knife.
blade (5/5) : drop point blade (even though it looks like a spear point, the grind starts above the middle of the blade) with a partial swage on the back side. It has a combo edge, with a good serrated:smooth ratio, many knives have over half the blade serrated, which is silly in my opinion. Riccasso present for increased strength, choil also present. The blade appears to be made out of 440A stainless steel, or steel of similar hardness, which is pretty much low grade carbon steel with mediocre edge retention. But any knife made out of 440C steel is at minimum 40 dollars. Overall for the price the blade is as good is it can get.
Handle (5/5): Scales present for better grip, comfortable to hold. I am a big fan of the quillions on the blade, acting as a finger guard and a thumb rise. Overall rivet construction, with star screws, I was able to tighten it with a hex wrench, which reduced the blade play.
Action (4.5/5): The fingerguard on the blade acts as a speed tab, and flipping that allows the blade to spring open. Fast deployment, and easy to use.Read more ›
But this one leapt out at me for some reason, and recently I've been abusing my $125 Benchmade knife more than I wanted to. So I figured I'd give it a try.
It's no Benchmade, but honestly... it's a great knife for the price. I will carry this thing and use it like knives aren't supposed to be used - I'll pry with it, open cans, beat on stuff.
I've had other impulse purchase cheap knives I've gotten from the welding supply store, and they felt like crap at the time, and proved themselves very quickly to be such. This knife is much tighter, and just feels better.
I may revise this review in a week or two (if I break the knife), but for now: bang for the buck!
"sorry the knife is not working... did you fix it or can we send a new one? Would you please go to your acct and remove the feedback... and then just email me what we need to do to make it better...
Nothing after I removed the feedback. Now they either need to send a properly working one, or I expect my money back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would have given it 5 stars, but the folding button gets jammed and won't move most of the time when i pull the blade out.Published 4 months ago by Daniel
Bought this years ago as a throw away knife for my fire gear. Big flipper, thick, long-ish blade, large diameter lanyard hole. So easily opened with gloves. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike N.