Tac-Force Dragon Claw Assisted Opening Karambit Knife
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  • Stainless steel blade
  • Assisted-opening mechanism
  • Anodized aluminum handle
  • Belt cutter, pocket clip & spike
  • 5-3/8" closed length

This hybrid design covers all the bases, bringing you a ninja karambit, pocket knife and rescue knife all in one compact piece. When open, this dragon claw has the look and feel of a karambit with the versatility of a folding pocket knife. It features an assisted-opening mechanism that powers the stainless steel blade into the open and locked position with a nudge of the blade spur and flick of the wrist. The anodized aluminum handle features a built-in belt cutter, pocket clip and end spike. All of these elements culminate in one truly versatile folding karambit rescue knife.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.75 out of 5
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Reviewed by Jesse Kitchens on Oct 28, 2014   5 out of 5

My very first buy from this site and it's by far one of the sturdier spring assisted blade I've seen and an absolute bargain and is a decent sized one at that. It also has a very nice weight about it. One of my favorites.

Reviewed by Jesse James on Oct 27, 2014   5 out of 5

One of my first buys from true swords and most definitely one of the best and strongest knives I've ever seen especially for a spring assisted. A must have for anyone. I look forward to ordering tons more.

Reviewed by Sam DeterII on Nov 26, 2013   4 out of 5

Great knife, great look, decent spring.

Reviewed by Thomas Biggy on Aug 21, 2013   5 out of 5

Looks a bit bigger in person (which is always welcome), and the spring assist has some power to it. The blade itself is slightly sharp, but a few strokes across a sharpener should top it off well.

Overall, an excellent value and a recommended buy.

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