|Designed for and combat ready|
Have a real tactical- ability with this automatic switchblade; it will give you all the persuasion power you might need in combat/fighting situations.
.The bottom line: it's an automatic switchblade for serious action, for pros.
- It is a large, big, big automatic switchblade. It looks mean and it is frightening. It is designed to send a clear message when it fires-out, majestically, its huge blade; kind of makes you go "wow!".
- A robust all-steel construction, along with a screw-assemblage makes this automatic switchblade an ideal knife for heavy-duty activities.
- There is a non-removable clip attached.
Buying a large automatic switchblade, things to consider.
The Bottom Line: a large automatic switchblade is a real tactical device but it is also, let's not forget a folding knife. Combat situations do not occur every Monday and Friday; maintenance chores: cutting, slicing and so forth, occur all the time. Think Joe-the-laborer rather than Rambo, think practicality rather than scaring or fighting, that's if you want to get a real value for your money.
- The spring of your automatic switchblade
should be strong enough to rapidly and fully deploy its blade. The
larger the blade the more spring-force is required.
- An automatic switchblade can be a pain to carry, when large and bulky. Check out, whether or not it comes with a belt-case or a good strong clip.
- You need a reliable and easy to handle safety lock, unless your large switchblade automatic knife comes with a very good flush button design.
- Steel quality is important because most carriers of large automatic switchblade use them, mostly for general-all-purpose field chores, rather than for specific tactical actions. A
large automatic switchblade in general and the
wide-drop-point-blade in particular is often used as a skinning hunting
- An ergonomic handle is a must. Nothing can be more annoying than working with an automatic switchblade
knife that does not provide a comfortable, sure grip. It can affect
seriously the holding balance; the knife will not feel as being an extension of
your hand but rather as a foreign unwanted object.