This was the first serious EDC knife I began carrying when I matured in my prepping. It is a solid well-built knife with a lot of capabilities. I stopped carrying it because I was not happy with its ability to hold an edge. I was also not pleased with the difficulty I had in putting an edge on the blade. The Tanto blade design made it a bit difficult to sharpen the canted tip as well.
I replaced this EDC knife with a Sperderco Paramilitary2.
|Category:||Every Day Carry|
|Use(s):||Just about anything you can think of|
|Cost:||Full Retail (MSRP) – $114.00
On-Line: $53.00 (search for it, you might find a better deal)
|Note:||I use to carry this knife but replaced it with a Spyderco Paramilitary2.|
|Overall Length: 8.5″||Closed Length: 4.75″|
|Product Weight: 3.60 oz||Blade Length: 3.75″|
|Blade Thickness: 0.13″||Locking Mechanism: Piston|
|Product Type: Folding Knife||Belt Clip Type: Reversible Low-Carry|
|Opening Mechanism: Assisted||Edge Type: Straight|
|Finish: Hardcase Black TiNi||Blade Shape: Tanto|
|Blade Steel Type: AUS-8||Handle Color: Digi Camo|
|Handle Material: Glass-Reinforced Nylon||Hardness Rc: 57-58|
The clip allows it to ride low in a pocket to reduce its visibility. The SOG Trident Digi Camo comes with a satin black clip reducing its visibility even more.
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