Buckshot Dracula Tactical Pocket Knife - Stainless Steel Blade With Embossed Design, Solid Metal Handle, Pocket Clip

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  • Everyone needs a good tactical pocket knife, even the Duke of Darkness, himself, Count Dracula and this is his go-to
  • It has a keenly sharp, 3 1/4” stainless steel blade with an embossed swirl design and a dagger-style piercing point
  • The solid metal handle has a Gothic design which includes intricate etched patterns and a faux pearl inset accent
  • The hefty, manual opening pocket knife is 7 1/2” overall, 5” when closed, and has a sturdy pocket clip for ease of carry


Everyone needs a good tactical pocket knife, even the Duke of Darkness, himself, Count Dracula. Our Buckshot Dracula Tactical Pocket Knife was designed specifically for the Count’s vampiric missions as he glides through the night. The Vampire Goth Cool knife is sure to be the perfect companion on your night missions, too! It has a keenly sharp, 3 1/4” stainless steel blade with an embossed swirl design and a dagger-style piercing point. The solid metal handle has a Gothic design which includes intricate etched patterns and a faux pearl inset accent. The hefty, manual opening pocket knife is 7 1/2” overall, 5” when closed, and has a sturdy pocket clip for ease of carry.

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DENISE JAMIESON ASIAN ARMORY LLC
Oct 01, 2019
(2 out of 5)
Looks good, hard to open

The manual opening arm only extends the blade out about 40 degrees, so you have to handle the blade to fully extend it. The blade doesn't lock when in place when fully extended, so it's not very safe either. The blade is about as sharp as a nail file. It does look good though.

 

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