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SOG Trident Partially Serrated Folding Knife, Black TiNi Finish - TF1-CP

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SKU 32674
Brand SOG Knives
Model Number TF1-CP
UPC 729857994460
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Product Details

Details

  • Lifetime Warranty by SOG Knives & Tools
  • Overall Length: 8.5"
  • Closed Length: 4.75"
  • Blade Length: 3.75"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.13"
  • Product Weight: 3.60 oz
  • Locking Mechanism: Piston Lock
  • Opening Mechanism: Assisted
  • Handle Material: Glass-Reinforced Nylon
  • Reversible Low-Carry Belt Clip
  • Hardcased Black TiNi Finish
  • AUS-8 Blade Steel (RC. 57-58 Hardness)
  • Partially Serrated Edge
  • Assembled in the USA

Features

The SOG Trident uses a well-proven means of delivering a knife blade to the open position with S.A.T. (SOG Assisted Technology™) Now using their patent pending Arc-Actuator™, the Trident locks stronger and releases easier. There is also a built-in safety to lock the blade closed. When it shows red, you are ready to go.

What also makes the Trident so unique is the patent pending Groove™ in the handle, which allows the operator to cut paracord, fishing line, etc. without having to open the blade. The handle also includes a Digi-Grip™ variable pattern for coarser grip in areas that require it. The bayonet style clip is easily switched for right/left hand carry or removed for pouch storage.

SOG ASSISTED TECHNOLOGY
SOG Assisted Technology (S.A.T.) works through the balance of opposing high-tension coil springs. As you initiate the opening action, the force propelling your blade open becomes greater than the force keeping it closed. The result is a blade that springs open instantly once it is engaged, seemingly on its own.

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