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3 1/8" assisted-open stainless steel blade with black coatingBlack stainless steel handleIncludes pocket clipMeasures 7 1/4" overall in lengthMeasures 4" closed
This Black Tac-Force Stiletto Knife is assisted-open and features a stainless steel blade with black coating. The handle is constructed of stainless steel with a black finish and a pocket clip for easy carry.
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This is my new favorite stiletto. Good action, locks tight, and with a handle at just 4 inches, perfect size for concealment. At $5.99 this may be the best value on this site. Thanks BudK
I love stiletto knives, especially assisted opening stilettos. This knife, however, was very disappointing. It started out great, the blade itself is amazing, and the assisted opening functioned perfectly right out the box, but it was a little hard to open at first. The handle was a little loose at first, and after only two days without doing anything more than opening the knife, the screws started coming out and they can't be screwed back in. I was very happy with my other Tac-Force knives, so I may have just received a defective knife.
A great knife for EDC. Fast opening, perfectly sized for low visibility pocket carry, arrives sharp.
First, I'll start out by saying that it has quite a thin blade. I was personally expecting something thicker, but this is definitely a precision knife. If you need to perform a street surgery, this is your knife! :). Down to the details: quite sharp, and looks VERY imposing. VERY fast spring, and while it doesn't have an actual double edge, it does have a fake back edge that looks really cool. I must say, in action and style, this knife looks a lot like a switchblade. My only initial objections were how thin it was, and the only actual drawback is that the pocket clip and spring trigger aren't aligned like most spring-assists I've seen. It would be awkward to pull this out of my right pocket and use it with my right hand in one motion. However, as luck would have it, this was a present for my left-handed brother. he puts it in his left pocket, and he can pull it out quite rapidly. My final note is that pulling the trigger at first is a little tricky (I think they should have made the trigger slightly larger), and the pocket clip is a bit stiff at first. However, I must say that I am VERY well pleased with this knife; my brother carries it everywhere, and says it makes him feel safer (While I'm not sure it would hold up to a gang fight, I don't think my brother gets in those.)
Little, but sharp as hell. My girlfriend likes it.
This is a very sharp knife, and it looks sweet. The only noticeable issue with it is that there is a bar inside the handle that the knife hits sometimes when you fold it up. This causes a very minor chink in the blade. It doesn't really reduce the functionality and unless you look at it in a certain angle you wont see it clearly. I don't regret buying the knife though and I would even recommend it. If you have a torx screwdriver you can also tighten and loosen the spring to make it easier or harder to open.Just a reminder, this is a very sharp knife an its also very tempting to play with it. Be careful or you will cut yourself- trust me.
Is a really good knife. Flips out fast and locks well. The only problem was a small dent in the knife's bllade but nothing the accusharp can't fix. Overall great buy.