Description

The Schrade Viper Series Out the Front knives are rugged and ready to perform at a moment’s notice.

The Out The Front knife is not an automatic, but rather an assisted opening knife being deployed using a thumb slider which manually starts the blade movement until the spring assisted mechanism takes over. Manual retraction of the blade is made easy by a blade release button and slider.

The blades are made of high quality AUS-8 High Carbon Stainless Steel, providing unquestioned performance and longevity. The sturdy Aluminum handle with black finish fits in the hand nicely and is built to last. A glass breaker and tip down pocket clip can also be found on the handle and help to maximize the tool’s functionality. A sliding safety protects against any possibility of accidental deployment.

Product Information
Weight 4.4 Ounce
Overall Length 8.5 Inches
Folding or Fixed Blade Folding
Closed Length 5.15 Inches
Blade Length 3.35 Inches
Blade Finish Black
Blade Steel AUS-8 Stainless
Blade Shape Spear Point
Serration Type Partially Serrated
Handle Color Black
Handle Material Aluminum
Pocket Clip Yes
Number of Blades 1
Assisted Opening Yes
Locking Mechanism AutoLock
Opening Method Out The Front Assisted
Carry Options Single Position Pocket Clip
Delivery Information
Shipping Weight 0.320 Pounds

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Any insight to this vs. the ones at the gun show for triple the price?

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Garbage. Mine broke after a couple weeks of light use. I opened it up and re-attached the spring three times since. Finally threw it away. Seems the spring is an inferior steel.

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