True Ball Bearing Flipper Knife
If you are like myself there probably have been plenty of times that you regretted not having a knife on you at the moment you needed it. Have you ever lost a knife, an expensive knife and regretted it? I once found a nice Kershaw while in Iraq during OIF IX and during my last deployment a Benchmade was my go-to knife.
Recently I decided to test the waters in offering a budget knife for my customers. I had a few requirements, durability, build of quality, size, etc.
This Ball Bearing Flipper Knife from True Utility met all the benchmarks and I was immediately impressed. The ball bearing means it opens faster than my other more-expensive knifes. The durable composite handle is textured for a better grip and it is nice and compact! For less than 25 bucks, this is a great knife.
For an additional 4.99 I can do some engraving on your knife, consisting of your Rank, Last Name and Service branch insignia.
• Blade Shape: Drop Point Blade
• Length: 3”
• Blade Steel: 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel
• Blade Finish: Black Oxide
• Locking Mechanism: Liner lock
• Handle: G10
• Length: 4.375” (closed) / 7.375” (open)
• Width: 1.25”
• Depth: 0.75”