TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman’s Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed (2-PACK)

November 23, 2017 - Comment

The TAC Force Assisted Opening Gentleman’s Folding Knife (model TF-469) features a black straight edge blade and a brown pakkawood handle, with a 4-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed deployment, this spring assisted open folding knife locks securely into place with the use of its liner lock. This knife features a 3-inch, 3mm thick stainless

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The TAC Force Assisted Opening Gentleman’s Folding Knife (model TF-469) features a black straight edge blade and a brown pakkawood handle, with a 4-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed deployment, this spring assisted open folding knife locks securely into place with the use of its liner lock. This knife features a 3-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade. The pakkawood overlay handle adds a beautiful element of nature to this gentleman’s styled pocket knife. It also has a pocket clip for easy and safe carry. TAC Force designs spring assist folding knives that offer the rapid deployment desired by EMTs, Fire/Rescue, and first responders. They’re available in a wide range of styles — from hunting to tactical and collectibles to fantasy.

Product Features

  • Spring assist folding knife offers rapid one-handed deployment, locks securely into place with liner lock
  • Black straight edge stainless steel blade
  • Handsome pakkawood handle inlay
  • Comes complete with a pocket clip for easy and safe carry
  • 4-inch closed length, 3-inch blade length with 3mm thickness

Comments

Ingenuous says:

Excellent ‘take-me-everywhere’ blade. I’m not out in the woods every day. I just need to cut tape, string, packages, wrapping, that sort of thing. You know, basic urban needs. When I get the heck out of the city and out into someplace a little more wild, sure, I’ll get a bigger knife with better steel. But for a nine-to-five warehouse worker, who takes the bus and walks a lot? Excellent little take-me-everywhere blade. 

Eliot Johnson says:

Looks and works better than you’d expect for the price Pretty good little knife, and nice to have something I can pull quickly so I’m not fumbling with my leatherman for longer than it would take to open whatever it is with my teeth. Came reasonably sharp. The blade opens nicely with the tab on the back (the thumb post is useless, near as I can tell) and locks securely. Yeah, it’s got a little wobble to it when locked open, but I’m not climbing a glacier with the thing. It’s assembled with screws, so it probably wouldn’t be too hard to open it up…

A. White says:

Just buy it. Throw the others out. This knife has outperformed both my expectations and other more expensive and well-known knives. It feels great, the flip-out action is something I constantly want to play with, it’s solid, and it’s right between too-big-for a-pocket and small-enough-to-be-a-daily-carry. 

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