Fury Tactical All Black With Police Logo Tacassist Folding Knife

Selecting a Folding Knife for Personal Protection

Tactical Folding Knives

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Assisted opening knives often compromise the grip on the knife in order to actuate the assist mechanism which could lead to major problems during standing grapple and in-fight weapon access. 5) One Hand Opening- The folder you choose must allow you to open it one handed. During a critical incident your primary or support hand may be tied up fending or striking your opponent. You need to be able to access and deploy your TFK with one hand (either hand) and under the pressure and stress of an attack. 6) Non-Slip Surface -The grip or handle scales should be a non-slip texture such as a checked or stippled surface made of G10, zytel osurfacer ABS plastic. Hands may become covered in sweat or blood making anything you grasp slippery and difficult to retain.
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Tactical Knives: 18 Best Folding Knives for Self Defense

Though on the small side, and it is imported from China, the HK P 30 ends up being a great knife at a great price (retails between $40 – $60), and it also comes with either a serrated or smooth blade. C ontact: Benchmade.com 12. Puma Pounce Looking for something with great steel at a bargain price? PUMAs German steel blades are assembled in China to save a few dollars, but they still bring you old world quality metal. The PUMA Pounce is a solid, spring assisted knife, which opens with just a small amount of pressure on the blades ambidextrous thumb studs.
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Tactical Knives: 19 Great Fixed-Blade Knives for Self Defense

2) CRKT Ultima Contact: crkt.com One of the newer incarnations of the Ultima is this Michael Martinez design. While all of the knives in the Ultima series are meant to resemble the first Bronze Age daggers of 4,000 years ago, Martinez has brought some very modern technology into his 8.4-ounce modified-Tanto version. The Martinez Ultima features a 4.95-inch full-tang blade of 1.4116 stainless steel with a slick, black titanium nitride coating. It also bears wide, 60-degree serrations.
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