SOG Knives Trident Straight Edge Folding Knife - Satin Polish
SOG Knives TF-2
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About the SOG Knives TF-2 Trident Straight Edge Folding Knife - Satin Polish
The SOG Knives TF-2 features patented technology with Digi-Grip, a unique handle groove, and Arc-Actuator. This cutting-edge SOG Trident knife will cut through even the toughest of jobs. And safety is assured as well with a built-in red indicator that lets you know the blade is closed.
This knife was crafted with innovation taking premier elements from previous blade shapes to create an exclusive combination of functionality and precision form. The SOG Knives TF-2 comes included with a bayonet clip that is intelligently created for both right and left handed users.
The SOG Knives TF-2 has also been made even sturdier with a unique cryogenic heat treatment process. The blade opens on its own with opposing high-tension coil, and it displays a modern look with its satin finish polish. Order today before 4 PM Pacific Time and have it shipped out to you on the very same day!
WARNING: You MUST be 18 or older to purchase this item. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before placing your order.
Ths item can only be shipped within the contiguous 48 US states. NOTE: This item can not be shipped to Canada.
Features:• Straight Edge Folding Knife
• SOG Assisted Technology
• Cryogenic Heat Treatment
• Stronger and Easy Release
• Built-in Safety locks Blade Closed
• Patent Pending Groove in Zytel Handle
• INCLUDES Reversible Bayonet Pocket Clip
Specifications:• Finish: Satin Polish
• Blade Length: 3.75"
• Total Length: 8.5"
• Edge Type: Straight
• Steel: AUS-8 Stainless - Rc. 57-58
• Handle: Zytel
I have had this knife for over a year now and it really is a good performer i use the closed cut feature for fishing line and also for cutting bailing twine .
You will really like the closed cut feature once you start using it
on 08-08-2010 by Larry
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