United Cutlery Green First Ones In Assist Pocket Knife
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  • Razor-sharp AUS-8 stainless steel tanto blade
  • Non-reflective anodized black coating
  • Tailwind assisted-open mechanism
  • Thumb stud for one-hand opening
  • 6062 brushed aluminum handle
  • Measures: 7 5/8" overall; 4 1/2" closed

This U.S. Army tactical knife features a 3 1/2" steel drop-point blade and measures 7 5/8" when fully open. A durable aluminum handle is equipped with seat belt cutter, window punch, and pocket clip. The green Army helicopter design on handle makes this knife a must have! 4 1/2" closed. United Cutlery, UC2707

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Very awesome Reviewed by Grayson on May 03, 2013   5 out of 5

I just loveeee this knife for every day use and it's just razor sharp! Also in the state of Texas a knife under 5 1/2 inches is legal to carry in public and the blade on the is only 3 inches!!

not bad Reviewed by Ace on Feb 21, 2013   3 out of 5

Really not a bad kife but there are others offered on the site that i prefer, the design on the handle seems to be a little on the sharp side so could be rough on hands in extreme usage, good solid knife though, not bad for the price either but just not for me, you may love it!

ok knife Reviewed by Doug Blocker on Feb 06, 2012   3 out of 5

I agree with the other review. My Teflon ring didn't have the bolt through it, and I had to take the knife apart, and fix it. I also bought 3 others like this design, same blade, size, etc, but the power and force of the assisted opening is different. Some *snap* open, and others you have to fling your arm out to make it open and lock. Just small issues, but would probably be easier to fix at the company before we get them. Other than a little tinkering, all my order had good quality, price, and I'm happy.

United First Ones In Knife Reviewed by Iain Williams on Apr 26, 2011   5 out of 5

I was very pleased when i received my knife. It required very little sharpening out of the box and is amazing to look at. The only problem i had was that the blade was a little loose but luckily i had the star tool you use to tighten it. it looks even better in person than online.

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