Cardsharp Folding Knife Goes Full Metal

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When we covered the Cardsharp2 back in 2012, it was a stainless steel blade integrated in a polypropylene body. Now it’s received a full metal jacket. The Cardsharp4 makes use of a 2 mm-thick aluminum casing, which Iain Sinclair says adds robustness and strength. The updated knife also has a two-stage Zytel locking mechanism to prevent accidental opening. The new design adds a little weight compared to past models, but at 24 g (less than an ounce), it won’t exactly be cumbersome. As was true with the Cardsharp2, the 2.5-in (65-mm) stainless steel blade is ready to slice and dice with just three folds.
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One Black gut hook knife. One Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops folding knife. One Craftsman folding utility knife with black handle. One red folding Swiss Army style knife.
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TSA to Allow Pocket Knives On Planes – ABC News

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flights will be allowed to carry small pocket knives blades less than 6-centimeters, up to two golf clubs, ski poles, as well as sporting sticks used for hockey, lacrosse, and billiards. Baseball bats will remain on the no-fly list, though wiffle-ball bats and souvenir baseball bats (less than 24-inches long) will be allowed. These are popular items we see regularly, agency spokesman David Castelveter told Bloomberg News. They dont present a risk to transportation security. The move comes following a recommendation by a TSA working group that such items are not a security threat. The move will conform to international rules that currently allow the small knives and sporting goods.
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