Ridge Runner Black Tactical Rescue Pocket Knife
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  • Razor-sharp stainless steel blade with non-reflective black coating
  • Machined, brushed aluminum handle
  • Measures 4 1/2" closed
  • Seat belt cutter, glass break tip & pocket clip
  • Blade spur & thumb stud

A belt-cutting, glass-breaking machine, this black 8" folder is prepared for action. With a 3 1/2" black stainless steel blade, you can slice through anything the belt cutter can't reach.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.38 out of 5
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Whoa Reviewed by Renee Berkebile on Sep 22, 2015   5 out of 5

Razor sharp outta the box, can't tell you much about the glass breaker and the seat-belt cutter (Hope i never gotta use'em) other than they're there and in good shape, And for less than five bucks this knife is amazing

Wow Reviewed by Brennan Wallace on Sep 20, 2015   5 out of 5

Great little folder, the price is unbelievable. I bought three and kept one for myself the other two for gifts. Sharp and well made. I was expecting less quality for the price paid but I was pleasantly surprised. You can't go wrong with this knife

Brilliant! Reviewed by Kaity on Mar 30, 2015   5 out of 5

By far one of my favorites from Budk! I was skeptical on the quality of the knife when I saw the price, however was never once disappointed by it. It came as described, stays sharp and sharpens easily when needed, it's durable and I'm pleased to say it stays secured wherever I clip it - whereas the clip on many pocket knives tend to be less sturdy than the blade and can come detached a little too easily. I carry one with me all the time; I work outdoors so it comes in super handy. I've given at least half a dozen as gifts. Great to carry with you or leave in your car. This little rescue blade is more than worth the money!!

Decent knife for price Reviewed by Lance on Nov 26, 2014   4 out of 5

Decent knife for the price. Screws have the habit of backing theirselves out, I've secured mine with lock tight and haven't had a problem since.

Great Knife Reviewed by Graeme on Sep 30, 2014   5 out of 5

I was skeptical about this knife, since it is only $6, but I took the risk and it was worth it. It was delivered with a very sharp edge, and the shape of the handle makes it very comfortable to hold. The screws are also black, so they blend very nicely into the rest of the handle. I would certainly recommend this knife to people looking for a rescue knife, but don't want to drop the money for the more expensive, bigger-brand alternatives.

Ridge Runner Tac Reviewed by Gerry on Sep 21, 2014   4 out of 5

Good knife for the price. Be aware of the fact that many areas of our Country consider assisted-opening knives to be "switchblades", and since this knife is NOT assisted-opening---things are cool! Also, like where I live (New Jersey), blade-length is another consideration (can't be more than 3.5 inches). Keeping those issues in mind, this is a good and legal-to-carry knife and a useful tool if needed.

Great knife Reviewed by Donald Rutter on Aug 22, 2014   5 out of 5

Very good knife light weight and sharp . Smooth blade and very easy to open and close . Electrician stile lock blade. Great pocket knife for the price.

great for the price Reviewed by Mitchell on Jun 26, 2014   4 out of 5

This is a fairly good knife for its price. I got it for my dad for father's day and I had it engraved. I expected a much lower quality for only $6. It's all metal and seems quite sturdy. It would make a really good gift cuz no one is gonna guess that its $6. Don't get me wrong, it's no substitute for a $20 or $30 knife but it is a steal for what you pay

Can't Beat for price. Reviewed by Cliff on Jun 03, 2014   5 out of 5

This is a great knife, and the price is even better. I was a little skeptical because of the price but it is a quality piece. Very sharp and works well. It is not an assisted opener though.

Sturdy and robust Reviewed by Larry on Apr 28, 2014   5 out of 5

With most knives I either break the tip off or the hinge comes apart. This a very sturdy knife.I got one for my son also had he has started carrying it. Based on the price I was expecting a much thinner blade and handle. The 'assisted open' pins work great for one-handed opening (with a little practice). Note to other posters: spring assisted opening knives are illegal unless you are LEO.

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