The SMF folder in coyote G-10 is a prime example of the quality and craftsmanship you can expect from Strider Knives. The CPMS30V blade is flat ground and razor sharp with stonewash finish. The front is marked "STRIDER" and the back has the logo. Includes dual heat treated stainless steel thumb studs and oval thumb hole opener. The top of the knife features thumb ramp notching where the frame meets the blade spine for extra grip.
The handle features a "Gunner Grip" texture on the titanium frame lock and G-10 upper. GEN 2 MARSOC frame lock features lockbar stabilizer with jimping. The titanium pocket clip (tip up) is removable. The over-sized pivot adds to the robustness of this knife.
The Benchmade 810SBK Contego AXIS Lock folder has a reverse tanto CPM-M4 steel blade with a black Cerakote coating and partially serrated edge. Reversible deep carry tip-up carry pocket clip and carbide glass breaker. Osbourne design.
Satin and red cross "Sorcerer" dagger blade made from CPM-S30V stainless steel.
Double push-button opener.
Black-coated aluminum handle with a cross shield and sword relief.
Reversible pocket clip for tip-up carry.
Paragon Knives’ Warlock diverges from traditional folding knives with its radical opening mechanism. Your first hint for deploying the blade is the oversized, textured pivot, which serves as a double button locking system. By pushing both sides of the pivot at the same time, the handle splits apart to reveal the blade; with gravity and a flick of the wrist, it will swing into the open position. It's an entertaining and novel opening mechanism that is effective, providing solid lock-up. The Warlock knows how to get to work, and will work as long as you do, but it’s also capable of scratching your itch to fidget. It’s the sort of knife you’ll always be happy to find in your pocket.