Give Your Folding Knife Assisted Opening Capabilities With Zip Ties

As shown in the video above by YouTube user WilliamCutting08 you’ll insert a zip tie in the hole and ratchet it down as far as possible. You may have to use a second zip tie if the first one moves wiggles around after being locked down. Cut off the excess zip tie material and you’ll be ready to go. To use the assisted opening feature, you pull the knife out of your pocket at an angle so that the zip ties catch on the edge of your pocket and open the blade.
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Knife Rights To Appeal Outrageous Ruling in NYC Folding Knife Case

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.
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Prepping with folding knives

Knife Rights To Appeal Outrageous Ruling in NYC Folding Knife Case KnifeRights.org Gilbert, AZ –( Ammoland.com )-Knife Rights has a filed a Notice of Appeal in its federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City, following a judges refusal to allow supposed defects in the case documents to be corrected. The judge previously used those defects to try to throw out the case. U.S. District Judge Katherine B. Forrest previously held that the plaintiffs dont have standing to sue, because the complaint didnt identify specific knives that would be illegal under New York Citys misinterpretation of state law.
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Folding Knife Sheaths resist abrasion, punctures, and tears.

Folding is therefore the way to go, but be aware that this vague PA law also applies to quick open blades, like the one pictured above. These knives use springs to eject the blade open quickly. Although legal to have and incredibly useful for one-handed opening, keeping a quick-release knife on you could get you in trouble. Why have a knife?
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Cardsharp folding knife goes full metal

The GERBER GDC Hook Knife

Klein Tools is a leading manufacturer of professional hand tools and occupational protective equipment. For more information on Klein Tools’ new folding knife sheaths, please contact: Klein Tools, P.O. Box 1418, Lincolnshire, IL 60069-1418. Phone: (800) 553-4676. Fax: (847) 478-0625. E-mail: [email protected] . www.kleintools.com .
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