This weapon, and all it represents became the inspiration for our heavy duty tactical knives, the AK-47 folders. Designed by Andrew Demko, the AK-47's possess all of the attributes of their namesake, and perhaps a few more.
They're built for hard and rugged use. It is equipped with G-10 handle that offer a vigorous grip that is remarkably tough, rigid and incomparably strong. Also, each comes with a unique pommel made out of 6061 aluminum. The pommels feature a lanyard hole and can also serve as a "less than lethal" percussion tool in a self-defense situation.
Additionally, the hollow ground blades are honed by hand until they reach levels of sharpness only seen on a surgeon's scalpel. They're made from Japanese AUS 8A Stainless steel, then vacuum heat-treated and sub zero quenched for maximum toughness. The blades are coated with black non-corrosive material for corrosion resistance and to enhance cutting power and to improve edge retention by reducing friction.
To compliment such exceptional blades Cold Steel has paired them with the state of the art Tri-Ad lock. In our testing, the Tri-Ad has proved to be superior to any other lock on the market today in terms of overall strength and resistance to shock induced by blows on the spine (eclipsing virtually all locks in short order) or the even more devastating shock by over-strike that lands on the handle.
Finally, to assure easy access, and swift operation, the AK-47's come with an ambidextrous pocket clip and the patented thumb plate. The thumb plate has a dual purpose, it allows the knife to be drawn and quickly opened by snagging it on the edge of a pocket or it can be used like a conventional thumb stud or disc for easy one-handed opening.
- Blade Length: 3 1/2" - Blade Thickness: 3.5 mm - Overall Length: 9" - Steel: Japanese AUS 8A Stainless w/ non-corrosive Coating - Weight: 5.5 oz - Handle: 5 1/2" Long G-10 - Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket / Belt Clip
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