OKC Dozier Strike
(Photo by Ontario Knife Company)

Looking for a good everyday carry folder? Consider the new OKC Dozier Strike knife.

The latest collaboration between Ontario Knife Company and famed knife maker Bob Dozier, the OKC Dozier Strike features a 3.13-inch, AUS-8 stainless steel blade with a HRC hardness rating of 56-58. According to the press release, the drop-point blade is beveled to keep its edge and remain sharp. This knife also has a thumb stud for easy opening, and a lock-back to keep the blade secure. When opened, the overall length is 7.25-inches long.

Meanwhile, the OKC Dozier Strike has a thin and durable G-10 laminate handle for easy pocket carry. The G-10 is unaffected by moisture and provides insulation from electrical discharge, making it a good option if you’re trying to build a tough EDC knife.

And when it comes to building knives, Bob Dozier’s reputation speaks for itself. He’s been designing high-quality knives since the early 1960s. His knives are known for blades that hold an edge in any situation. With the OKC Dozier Strike, we’d say mission accomplished.

MSRP: $75.

For more information about Ontario Knife Company, visit http://ontarioknife.com. For more on Bob Dozier, visit http://www.dozierknives.com.

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