Kizer Cutlery Folding Pocket Knife Front Flipper Drop Point Blade Titanium Handles Tactical Knife, Justin Lundquist Feist Ki3499

July 31, 2019 - Comment
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The Feist is an embodiment of the fact that size does not equate to capability. This compact folding knife is similar to a traditional slipjoint but is upgraded with a flowing, modern outline and CPM-S35VN premium stainless steel. This front flipper is full of energy and definitely stands out from the crowd, a “feisty” knife indeed!

Product Features

  • A sleek front flipper and ball bearing pivot offers quick blade deployment while adding to the clean aesthetic appeal.
  • CPM-S35VN blade steel provides a tough blade with excellent edge retention.
  • Rounded titanium handles for a smooth gripping surface that is comfortable in the pocket or hand.
  • Handle Material:Titanium /Blade Material:CPM-S35VN /Weight:2.58 oz (0.16 pounds)
  • Overall Length:6.54 inch(16.61cm) /Blade Length:2.83 inch (7.20cm)


Anonymous says:

excellent EDC S35VN, titanium handle, lockbar insert, over travel stop, great machining on the blade and contouring on the handle, 3-D milled pocket clip. at this price point, that’s a lot of good. detent is on the strong side for a front flipper, but results in a nice snappy flipping motion, the lockbar tension is slightly strong so the blade doesn’t drop shut.

Anonymous says:

It should really be about ~4.5 stars. Nice. Nice little “important”. Front flippers are a smart design (once you learn the move) and are great on these smaller pocket knives—as in all the way in your pocket. —I’m currently on a high-quality, small knife kick lately and this Kizer does not disappoint.

Anonymous says:

Nice design; works well I like the simplicity and practicality of this knife. The right size to fit in your pocket easily, with just enough weight to reassure but not so much it drags down at your pants. Nice easy flipper mechanism and good, locking blade.I would rather they made it possible to remove the pocket clip, which I don’t use; but it’s no big deal for me. This has quickly become my out of work everyday carry knife.

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