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Bad boys and Harley Davidson seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. But bad boys are some of the hardest workers, like this Harley Davidson 13175 Venom Folding Knife. Sure it's got a fierce edge. Sure it's tough. But it's also dependable, durable -- all ... (see full details) (see specifications) #HDK13175.
Harley Davidson Knives: Venom Drop Point Folding Knife 13175
Bad boys and Harley Davidson seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. But bad boys are some of the hardest workers, like this Harley Davidson 13175 Venom Folding Knife. Sure it's got a fierce edge. Sure it's tough. But it's also dependable, durable -- all those things you look for in an employee.
Made with an Optimiser assist mechanism, the blade may be opened with just one hand. Thanks to the ambidextrous thumb studs, it can be either hand. The handle is made with milled G10, a hard plastic resin, in a diamond design. The ridged texture of the handle makes it easy to grip, even with a sweaty hand.
The drop down, drop point blade is made with satin-finished 440C stainless steel with a plain cutting edge. The tough stainless steel blade has been rated 58-60 on the HRC scale that determines blade hardness. The rating shows that this blade is soft enough to be re-sharpened as needed, hard enough that it won't need to be very often. The blade, 3.57 inches long, is only .110 inches thick (a precision cutting edge).
Close the knife to a convenient 4.47 inches. Even when fully open, the knife is an easy-to-wield 8.04 inches long. The liner lock mechanism keeps everything in place, so you won't lose control while you're using your tool.
A tip-down, pocket clip makes it easy to store your knife when it's not in use. The Harley Davidson 13175 Venom Folding Knife weighs only 3.1 ounces, so it's easy to cart around with you. Made by Benchmade USA, one of the most trusted knife makers, this fierce cutting tool is the knife of choice for bad boys and hard workers.
Sure, it's a good knife that didn't buckle when under stress. Sure its blade is quite sharp. This Harley Davidson knife is just plain too expensive for what you're getting. I've seen many other knives that are the same size or even bigger with multi tool sets built into them that are either a tad less expensive or a tad more expensive. This is still a great knife if you're looking to carry around that Harley name.