Ghost GRY2-EHV -7" Mid-Size Concealed Switchblade - Dual Action Automatic Knife - 3" Blade - ATT00072A
Ghost.GRY2 ---- 7" Mid-Size Concealed Switchblade - Dual Action Automatic Knife - 3" Blade - ATT00072A

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Product Code: ATT00072A

An inconspicuous, low-profile
The GHOST series
Hidden Release
Switchblade Automatic Knife

Get yourself the speed of an automatic knife that looks like and also operates as a regular mid-size (double action) folding knife .
  • The GHOST is a quality hidden release knife , but make no mistakes; it is a very effective switchblade that opens to serve you in a blink.
  • The hollow-ground spear shaped blade is enough to create the desired effect, it is also very convenient for regular cutting needs.
  • The knife has a very durable handle and a belt clip for easy carrying.
  • Enlarge to picture above to see how this hidden release knife operates.
  • It comes with a slim removable clip.
The bottom line: looks can be deceiving; and that's the whole point of this hidden release knife .
Dual action deployment, thumb studs and/or automatic Completely concealed automatic deployment activator Real tactical blade (very good for just slicing and dicing 440 sharp steel) Large very comfortable handle Clip

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 WRITE WHAT YOU THINK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 So far a pretty good knife August 20, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Pros: opens very quickly, very fun to open, the release is very sneaky I don't even think a cop would suspect its auto. Plus it holds an edge pretty well

Cons: the screw that holds the blade in place can't be too tight or too loose( and it tends to come loose) but a dab of superglue or clear nail polish solves that problem.

Bottom line: great knife so far

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