Spring Assisted Knife

An assisted-opening knife is a type of folding knife which uses an internal mechanism to finish the opening of the blade once the user has partially opened it using a flipper or thumb stud attached to the blade. It's one hand operated.

Although commonly confused with switchblade knives, a switchblade can be opened automatically simply with the push of a button, but the user of an assisted-opening knife must open it about one-quarter of the way (45°) before the mechanism opens the knife the rest of the way.The difference is important legally; because the blade does not open simply "by the push of a button or by force of gravity" the assisted-opening knife is typically not considered a switchblade, and may escape the restrictions applying to those in many places.

Please check your local law before purchase.

Blacked Out Assisted Opening Tanto Point Folder Knife


This is the Blacked Out Assisted Opening Tanto Point Folder Serrated Knife. The blade is 440 Stainless Steel with a thumb stud, false upper edge, partial serration, and tanto point. The blade is secured by a steel liner lock. The handle is aluminum with...

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