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Chamberlain Design Falco Flipper Knife Titanium (3.6" M390 Stonewash)

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Chamberlain Design Falco Flipper Knife Titanium (3.6" M390 Stonewash)

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This Falco model sports a titanium handle and a stonewash finished M390 steel blade with a tritium flipper insert.

The Falco flipper from Chamberlain designs offers sleek gentlemen's carry style and a sturdy EDC build. Attractive lines meet high performance functionality with a carbon fiber handle that is backed up by a titanium frame lock. The classic tanto blade adds a modern aesthetic with a flat grind for a undeniable cutting edge. A low profile titanium pocket clip finishes off the design. Item includes a soft leather pocket pouch.

Features:
  • Titanium frame lock secures the blade in the open position with a replaceable steel bar insert.
  • Ambidextrous one-hand opening is facilitated with dual thumb studs and a blade flipper.
  • Bohler M390 steel provides a strong blade with excellent retention properties.
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Data sheet

Blade Length :
3.625"
Blade Shape :
Tanto
Blade Grind :
Flat Ground
Blade Finish :
Stonewash
Blade Material :
Bohler M390
Overall Length :
8.875"
Blade Thickness :
4.0mm
Edge Type :
Plain
Handle Material :
Titanium
Lock Type :
Titanium Frame Lock
Opening System :
Flipper
Pivot System :
KVT Ball Bearing
Pocket Clip :
Tip Up
Weight :
140g
User :
Right Hand
Origin :
China
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