Honshu Premium Sekyuriti Ball Bearing Opening Pocket Knife - D2 Tool Steel Blade, TPU Handle Scales, Steel Pocket Clip
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$66.99


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  • A savage blend of style and function, this is the EDC you’ve been looking for to get the job done wherever you take it
  • It has a 4” D2 tool steel blade with a polished finish that can be deployed using the flipper to activate the ball bearing opening
  • The tough, textured handle scales are made of black TPU and there is jimping down the entire length of the handle
  • The pocket knife has a closed length of 4 1/2” and it features a pocket clip and a lanyard hole


Honshu, known for its incredible line of tactical swords, continues to release innovative pieces that are a savage blend of style and function. The Premium Sekyuriti Ball Bearing Opening Pocket Knife is the EDC you’ve been looking for to get the job done wherever you take it. It has a 4” D2 tool steel blade with a polished finish that can be deployed using the flipper to activate the ball bearing opening mechanism. Our official D2 stamp assures you that you're getting a blade that holds its edge, is perfectly balanced and is as tough as nails. No other company can compete with the superior quality of a Honshu blade. Moving down to the handle, the tough, textured handle scales are made of black TPU and there is jimping down the entire length of the handle. The liners and bolsters are stainless steel. The pocket knife has a closed length of 4 1/2” and it features a pocket clip and a lanyard hole for different carry options.

# 19 UC3349


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treebeard
Jun 30, 2019
(5 out of 5)
nothing wrong with tip down carry

i actually prefer tip down carry. however, tip down carry on a blade with a flipper may be one of the most illconcieved design flaws in knife history. love this blade. excellent quality. again, though, the obvious, dangerous design flaw makes it impossible to carry safely.

 

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