Tool Logic Sl1 Tactical Folding Knife

Wilson Tactical Introduces the Star-Light Tactical Folding Knife

Wilson Tactical Star-Light Tactical Folding Knife

The frame is made from Zytel, which is a light weight yet ultra strong thermoplastic polymer. In short order it can take a licking. But thats hardly the shining feature of this multipurpose tool. There is also an LED flashlight that stays in place thanks to a magnetic bass. Remove it and it can easily be stuck to the under hood of a car or any place you need to shine some light, provided of course there is a metal object to stick it too. If need be, it can also help you pick up nuts and bolts or other fiddly metal objects that your banana hands are just too large to pick up. The 50/50 razor sharp serratedblade measures 3-inches long and is forged from stainless steel, meaning it should never rust and probably wont dull very easily.
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Wilson Tactical Star-Light Tactical Folding Knife Wilson Combat Berryville, AR –( Ammoland.com )- Designed by noted tactical knifemaker Allen Elishewitz and made in the U.S.A. of premium materials by Hogue, the new Star-Light is the toughest lightweight tactical folder on the market today. The unique, over-sized button lock provides amazing security and smooth function under any field condition without sacrificing any speed of opening. Weighing in at four ounces, the Star-Light is a joy to carry in any type of attire or situation.
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Product Review: 5 tactical knives for an array of police missions

All three were comfortable in the hand, while the ZF0068 had generous finger grooves. The steel in the liners is fairly thin, but all three knives hung right in there during testing. The ZF0068 has to be one of the big bargains in the cutlery world. I put these knives in the hands of officers on patrol to test them. My testers used them for the usual cutting chores, but noted that all three products were lighter and thinner than most knives they used. For the price of a single tactical knife, one can purchase three to four Uzi knives from Hallmark Cutlery. They are lighter than their beefier counterparts, but they can do the job.
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