The Cold Steel Counter Point 1 now comes with the Gunsite Raven logo.
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Carrying a reliable knife, for many folks, remains an essential aspect of EDC. Meanwhile, few brands embody carrying for defense quite like the Gunsite raven. Now the Cold Steel Gunsite Knife blends both those ideals in a new 4-inch Counter Point 1 model.

Cold Steel Gunsite Knife

The folding knife features the Gunsite Raven logo across the blade. The Counter Point 1 comes with Cold Steel’s Tri-Ad locking mechanism. The stiletto-inspired spear point blade utilizes a stylish false edge spine backed with jimping to ensure optimal blade control. An integrated thumb stud allows for smooth, quick blade deployment. A 3.5-inch thick Japanese AUS10A stainless steel alloy delivers corrosion resistance and edge retention, according to Cold Steel. Easy to sharpen, the knife also includes an aggressive half-serration for greater utility.

Reinforced, heat-treated aluminum liners come flanked by Cold Steel’s Griv-Ex handles in OD Green. The highly tactile stippling on the handles offers a secure grip in with or sweaty conditions. An ergonomic contour assists in the positive grip. Finally, a prominent finger groove and integrated tang and butt profile deliver a solid, comfortable hold for any cutting job, according to Cold Steel.

The Gunsite Counter Point 1 measures 9 inches overall opened. An ambidextrous pocket clip orients for tip-up carry. The unit weights 4.7 ounces overall. The Cold Steel Gunsite Knife retails for $129.99. For even more info, please visit coldsteel.com.

Cold Steel Gunsite Counter Point 1 Specs

  • Weight: 4.7 ounces
  • Blade Thickness: 3.5mm
  • Overall Blade Length: 4 inches
  • Blade Steel: Japanese AUS10A
  • Handle Length/Material: FDE 5-inches Griv-Ex
  • Locking Mechanism: Tri-Ad System
  • Overall Length: 9 inches
  • Additional Features: Ambidextrous Pocket / Belt Clip
  • MSRP: $129.99

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