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First Look: True Knives BERM Tanto Flipper Knife

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True Knives has just launched a new full size rugged folding knife that is easy on the wallet: the new BERM Tanto Flipper Knife.

True Knives outfitted this folding knife with a 3.5-inch Americanized tanto blade built from 7CrMoV stainless steel enhanced with a titanium nitride coating for extra corrosion resistance and additional durability in field conditions. The entire spine of the knife features jimping providing a secure place for the cutting hand’s thumb while working with the knife. A liner lock is used to lock the blade into the grip, while the grip itself has G10 panels, a popular resin based composite material known for its strength and durability. Originally used in electronics and motherboard manufacturing, G10 has established itself as a great medium for hard-use outdoor products. The BERM Tanto Flipper Knife’s pivoting mechanism is elegant in its simplicity as it makes use of a caged ball bearing which allows smooth rotation whenever the blade is opened or closed.

BERM Tanto Flipper Features

  • Ball-bearing flipper
  • Top-end flipping lever
  • Caged-ball-bearing pivot system
  • Titanium-nitride-coated finish
  • Textured grip with contoured scales
  • Liner lock
  • 4-Position pocket clip

BERM Tanto Flipper Specifications

  • Total Length: 7.875 inches
  • Folded Length: 4.64 inches
  • Weight: 4.5 ounces
  • Blade Shape: Tanto
  • Blade Length: 3.5 inches
  • Blade Steel: 7Cr17MoV Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: G10
  • MSRP: $40

True Knives has this new outdoor folding knife currently available for purchase with a starting retail price of $40. To learn more about this new knife or other knives and gear offered by True Knives, please visit the company’s website at true.agcbrands.com.

Article by SHOOTING ILLUSTRATED STAFF

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