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5" high definition Damascus bladeRazor sharp hollow ground edgeArmor piercing tanto tipEpoxy powder coated cast metal handlesMade in USA
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This Silver Vein Armor Piercing Damascus Tanto Butterfly knife by Bear and Sons Cutlery is light and durable and a perfect fit for anyone! It features a 5” Damascus stainless steel, hollow ground blade and Epoxy powder-coated handles. Each Bear & Son butterfly knife is handcrafted in the USA in Jacksonville, Alabama.
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This is by far one of the most amazing butterfly knives i own. The handle and blade are very durable and the design is intense and looks better in person, the pictures don't do it justice. The clasp is a little tight at first and the swing is a little slow but once you break it in it swings better then most of the knives i already own. Great weight and ballence also deffintly doesn't feel cheaply made. Worth every penny
What a beauty. Folks keep trying to buy\trade this when I take it out. Gotta lube it and break it in at first, but a great buy.
I basically have been using butterflies/balisongs for 25 years and have hundreds. I usually buy 2 at a time because I try to be as good with my less dominant hand as I am with my right hand when I feel like showing off but wasn't sure I would like it and thought reasonably priced it's still enough for me to wait and see. Well I found there's nothing I don't like about so I just ordered a second to match it. Surprisingly sharp. And holds the edge longer than any other I ever owned. Its both unique and civilized. I get more complements and find everyone liking more that the impossible to get now rainbow spyderco'si have. If you're inexperienced don't even buy this blade because it's weight and momentum will slice your fingers open very easily. (Just remember sharp side goes inside towards to opposite hand and if you're still worried wear something like mechanic gloves or try taping the blades edge until you're doing everything by muscle memory. It's nice that someone still sells these for more reasonable prices.
I've been using this knife for awhile now and really like it. It's a little heavy but very well built. Pretty sharp too I'm glad I purchased a practice knife with it.
This knife is absolutely stunning and incredibly well constructed I am honestly surprised that I didn't have to pay more for it. 10/10 will recommend to a friend.
I have had the knife for about 2 weeks now, the shipping was a while but I live in Alaska so it was expected. The picture doesn't give it justice, the blade is simply beautiful. It was a lot bigger than what I expected. It works perfectly. Behind the front of the blade its completely flat but I don't mind. This is my first butterfly knife and I am very happy with my purchase, well worth it.
Very nice knife
This was my first Balisong knife, and though it is one of the most beautiful knives i own, it is also the most flimsy. I spent months practicing my skills with flipping this thing open, and i got pretty good, but it also wore out after only a few months. Paint chipped off, the lock went shit after about 2 weeks, and after a good 4 months, it lost a handle. Even though i cannot flip it anymore, i still admire the neat pattern and i constantly crave the satisfying click of the handles clinking together.
this knife broke on me
Great knife. Carried it everywhere untill it fell out of my pocket at work and somebody walked off with it. Worked great as a can opener or for just cutting holes in garage doors. Only problem i had was the one sided grind on the blade, made it fun to sharpen. Held a great edge. Saving up money to buy a replacement.. Great knife