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: 4.16 out of 5
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Nice knife Reviewed by Joseph Walker on Feb 24, 2016   5 out of 5

I received my knife today along with another set I ordered and I could not be happier with the purchase. The knife is sturdy and has some weight to it but not too much. Could be a little sharper but hey for 10 bucks I can put a better edge on it. This was my second time ordering from True Swords and I am still very pleased.

either the clip's in the wrong spot or it's a lefy or something Reviewed by on Feb 02, 2016   5 out of 5

surprised no one has mentioned it. look at the image, visualize it in your pocket and trying to speed-draw it. clip is in an awkward position, even effecting the grip. pretty sure i'm going to wind up removing it entirely. that being said, this is a very hefty little knife, gives a satisfyingly meaty switchbladey click when it snaps open. feels overbuilt, frankly, for a ten dollar knife. probably discounted because of the deeply stupid unspeedy clip placement. spike on the base is no joke either, on such a heavy hunk of metal.

A good knife Reviewed by Jacob Willis on Jan 28, 2016   5 out of 5

For how inexpensive this knife is, it sure is good. It's nothing super special, but the knife is fairly sharp, has a good shape and weight, and folds out nicely. When I first got it, the locking mechanism didn't want to work, but after a little while of playing with it, it began to work perfectly. I've had the knife for a month now and it still works and looks great.

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.

Aesthetically plaesing, but not great. Reviewed by on Sep 06, 2015   1 out of 5

I've had this knife for a year and it's fallen apart at least three times. I've put it back together twice, which isn't easy, but no more. I'm not impressed with this knifes usability anymore. It is a good looking blade and I have enjoyed the feel in my hand somewhat, but having the knife "hyper extend" is making it useless, and honestly, unsafe.

Reviewed by Jc on Apr 25, 2015   4 out of 5

Again, True swords never disappoints, only 4-stars because of slow shipping. Nonetheless, the item was accurate as told, sharp and durable enough to cut thick ropes and boxes.

Reviewed by Adam Drennan on Apr 08, 2015   5 out of 5

Love this blade came sharp no issues for me. Definitely recommend it!

Reviewed by Jacob Iler on Aug 10, 2014   5 out of 5

If it wasn't for me trying to give a honest review, I would say "A MUST! Totaly AWESOME BLADE! LOVE YOU GUYS AT Truesword!!!". However, I need to be honest and give it a PROPER review.

Since this blade is made for both aesthetic and utility (or work-based) use, I am grading it based on that alone.

Aesthetic: The blade is very appealing even folded. Though the handle is slick enough for those wanting to perform knife-tricks, the criss-cross wrap design, plus the detail design on the handle mimics SLIGHTLY similar to the ray-skin used to wrap the handles of katanas. Upon opening, the Kanji "Honor and Courage" reads very well and clear. The nice & gentle curvature at the tip makes it feel as if you are carrying a miniature, pocket-folding katana (i know thats a paradox, because im calling it a miniature pocket-folding "japanese longsword"). The point to this blade (pun partially intended) is that this blade is a great show-off piece.

Utility: A solid blade. While wielding it feels strong and able to endure any task you would give a normal folding knife. The spring-assist is smooth, you hardly feel anything except for the blade hitting the small bar inside to halt movement and plate-lock forcing itself to place. I don't know if it is just that well made or if it is moving too fast to feel the rest, but it is so smooth that it can be opened as fast and smooth as a real katana being drawn from a sheath. In terms of use, it is solid and can handle standard tasks. I saw in a review that a customer had his blade break cutting test this, I had cut many kinds of tape; crafting, packing, painting, duct, the only tape I haven't tested is measuring tape since it is metal. The blade is durable enough to withstand tape, I believe this defect was just a worse-case scenario defect that happens only once in the blades production life. The glass spike at the tip is very sharp, I'd say it can break glass when needing to rescue someone from a vehicle and more. If in a combative setting and even if the blade breaks, the spike is firm and makes a great bludgering-pierce tip that I'm sure will do some serious damage to the head and certain torso/back areas.

I give this blade a full 5-star mark, this blade is sound in strength for its purpose and is aesthetically pleasing for anyone who respects the Samurai and ideals of Bushido.

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.

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