Named after an area of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington — the highest peak in the Northeastern U.S. — the ‘Tucks’ knife has no serrations or a guard tab for opening, but the official product listing states that the thumb stud is still there, and the blade has three quarters of an inch of jimping on its spine above the 2-3/8 inch cutting edge. The ‘Tucks’ handle has G10 scales and a black-checkered outside layer over an olive drab inside layer next to the steel liners. A lanyard hole is also included. In addition, the brushed stainless clip is set for tip-up left side carry and can be swapped to right-side tip-down carry.
MSRP is $24.99.
About Colonial Knife
Colonial Knife manufactures military knives, law enforcement-Tuff Cop™ knives, fire/rescue and marine/sailors knives plus electrical Electricals knives, hunters and rock and ice climbing knives. Colonial Knife Corp also engineered the automatic knife, switch blade, military collector’s knife-Mark 1 navy deck knife, paratrooper knife, marlin spike knives and the Roper Knives™, assisted opening Quick Flick Knives™, known as Cowboy Up™ knives, Tuckerman Ravine Knives™ and the J Hook Rescue Tool, or J knife, are made for the professional. Colonial also manufactures the MC-1 Survival Pocket Knife. All Colonial knives come with a life time warranty against defects in material and craftsmanship.
For more information about the Quick Flick “Tucks” knife, and the full range of products currently offered by Colonial Knife Company, please visit http://www.colonialknifecorp.com
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