Samurai Assisted Opening Pocket Knife
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  • Razor-sharp drop point AUS-6 black coated stainless steel blade
  • Assisted-open mechanism
  • Built-in blade spur
  • Machined aluminum handle w/ pocket clip
  • 4" blade
  • 5" closed

Honor and Courage are two codes by which surely every Samurai lived. This exclusive Samurai folder features a Japanese etch meaning "Honor And Courage," the embodiment of the Samurai legacy.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.22 out of 5
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Nice Reviewed by on Dec 19, 2015   4 out of 5

Mine are good. I'd like some more and should have added more to the list. But too late now. Don't feel like paying the shipping for two more. But they are nice. Hope they endure.

Great Buy Reviewed by DWaikiki on Jul 11, 2014   4 out of 5

Great buy. Bought it for $6.00 (special). The blade was sharp but hard to deploy right out of the box, but after 20+ deployments the blade started to loosen up. Bigger & heavier than my other knives, but feels comfortable. I would suggest roughing up the blade spur to provide leverage when opening. My finger kept slipping when it was wet and took me several attempts before it opened. Overall a good knife for everyday use.

Heavy Reviewed by James on Jul 02, 2014   5 out of 5

Just got it and is in great condition. We'll see how it holds up and post another review later if my opinion changes. Heavy, fast opening and sharp (not me sharp but decent. If it holds up good i may get one for my friends as gifts.

P.O.S Reviewed by Kiwi on May 03, 2014   1 out of 5

I ordered 2 of these One did not work the other fell a part. a $10.00 P.O.S

Good but falls appart Reviewed by Ryan Mueller on Apr 26, 2014   4 out of 5

It is a really nice knife, it is, for $10 you can't do much better. Except on Budk. for $15 there is a licensed U.S.M.C. knife that doesn't have screws falling out. If you have the tools to tighten the screws (common stuff) then there isn't a problem. I love the weight, the ease of cleaning, the ease of sharpening, the decent edge retention. At the same time, UC3020 is a knife for $5 more that takes no work to maintain (at the very least much less) and comes slightly sharper. So I wouldn't recommend this to a friend, I would recommend the other knife to a friend.

Excellent Knife Reviewed by Jason on Jan 15, 2014   5 out of 5

Blade snaps out quick and locks every time. Everything about this knife is awesome. It hasn't left the house, yet. I like it too much to beat on it. Nice weight to it. Heavier than most knives that size. I'm really glad I ordered it.

good buy Reviewed by taisho on Dec 23, 2013   4 out of 5

excellent carry knife, quick and fast opening

nice blade shape Reviewed by r on Dec 17, 2013   1 out of 5

thought that I finally found a spring assisted pocket knife with a true 4" plain blade with a decent shape for working around the yard/garden. took a great edge and was a great shape for breasting out snows for the week that it survived. handle gets real slippery with oil or blood. unfortunatly after cutting (not hacking) 2 small heads of cabbage yeasterday the blade overextended and bent the stop post and now will neither open or close all the way. gona go back to my meyerco and it's too short blade

i love it Reviewed by todd locke on Nov 24, 2013   5 out of 5

I love this knife looks cool and works great

Nice Look Reviewed by Rick on Nov 20, 2013   4 out of 5

The lines and look of the knife are very attractive and actually provide good grip strength. The spring activation is quite strong and the lock has worked well thus far. The only issue I have observed is that the set screws at the top and bottom have become loose over only a 2 week usage. This has allowed the glass break to become loose as well as loosened the pivot point of the blade to allow the blade lock to go past the blade and get stuck on the side. Albeit a lot of usage, it should not have become loose this fast. But for the money, and a small allen wrench, it was worth it.

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