Day Zero Survival Masonic Tactical Rescue Spring Assisted Pocket Knife

Day Zero Survival Masonic Tactical Rescue Spring Assisted Pocket Knife

Day Zero Survival Masonic Tactical Rescue Spring Assisted Pocket Knife

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This Day Zero Survival Masonic spring assisted has been built to last and offers a two-tone coloration to help maintain a good looking rust free blade. Fashioned with a perfectly shaped tanto blade to help with those hard to reach places for cutting, the two-tone blade sport a black anodize and silver finish and offers an ambidextrous thumb stud on each sides of the super sharp tanto blade to assist with a smooth and fast opening. To deploy the Spring Assisted mechanism just releases the flipper at approximately a 45 degree angle and watch the blade spring into action. The blade is inscribed MASONIC as a symbol obligation and morality.

The well-built reinforced double walled, two tone color handle features a black and grey aluminum finish with a silver inner lining. The handle supports the liner locking mechanism to ensure your knife stays open and closes properly. The design of the handle also sports a belt or rope cutter ensuring a quick and safe escape and helps to pop windows or glass with the tactical glass breaker. A thumb grip spine and finger groove belly helps with a sold grip when using this knife to cut. The handle shows the Masonic emblem on one side while the other side sports a black pocket clip. Its a great addition for any collectors or knife enthusiasts.

Specifications: 
  • Overall Length: 8 inch 
  • Blade Length: 3 1/4 inch 
  • Blade Style: Tanto, Thumb Stud 
  • Blade Material: 440 Stainless Steel, Black Anodize and Silver Finish 
  • Handle Length: 4 3/4 inch
  • Weighs: 5.39 oz
  • Handle Material: Black Aluminum 
  • Handle Features: Glass Breaker, Belt Cutter, Masonic Logo, Flipper 
  • Includes: Black Pocket Clip

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