Columbia River Knife and Tool 5112N CRKT Snap Lock Folding Knife with Triple Point Serrations and Lanyard, Silver
One of the most decorated knives of all time is back. The snap Lock Held the knife world in rapture when it won the most innovative knife award at the 2004 blade show. Were breathing new life into this unique everyday carry folder and bringing back the 180° swing opening. If you think that it might be all show and No substance, spend a mere minute with it and youll do a 180° swing yourself. From his shop in Abingdon, Virginia, Ed van Hoy dreamed up this historical design. It’s not only one of the most unique knives on the market, but its one of the most useful it features a money clip, and is remarkably low profile so its never a burden. Plus, a quick-release lanyard adds a neck-carry option so its always at-hand. The stainless steel blade has a subtle drop point shape and supremely capable triple point serrations. When Closed, the matching wishbone frame is a 100% effective blade edge guard. The unique open mechanism becomes instantly intuitive once you push down on the front lever then rotate the blade out-wards for a full 180°. once open, the minimal but very usable handle is extremely safe: the snap Lock mechanism secures the knife so the harder you grip it, the more it locks the blade in place thanks to multiple positive locking surfaces between the frame and locking lugs. This knife made history, get your hands on a piece of eds legacy with the snap Lock with triple point serrations reissue.