• Cold Steel Working Man 54NVG Knife Steve Austin EDC OD Green GFN Locking Folder

Cold Steel Working Man 54NVG Knife Steve Austin EDC OD Green GFN Locking Folder

Cold Steel Working Man 54NVG Knife Steve Austin EDC OD Green GFN Locking Folder
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Cold Steel Working Man Knife, stonewash 3 1/2" German 4116 stainless steel drop point blade with dual thumb studs; OD Green GFN handle, 4 3/8" closed, with Tri-Ad Lock. Made in Taiwan.
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Cold Steel Knives: Cold Steel Working Man Knife, OD Green, CS-54NVG


This Cold Steel Working Man - an EDC knife designed by outdoorsman Steve Austin, features a 3 1/2" drop point blade made of German 4116 stainless steel, 3mm thick, with a stonewash finish, a top swedge, and dual thumb studs for ambidextrous one hand opening. The slim profile OD Green GFN (glass filled nylon) handle, 4 3/8" closed, has a notched thumb rest for secure grip, sturdy Tri-Ad Lock, a large lanyard hole, and a side to side reversible steel pocket clip mounted at the butt end. The Working Man Knife has an overall open length of 8", and it weighs 3.1 ounces. Made in Taiwan.

Cold Steel Knives: Cold Steel Working Man Knife, OD Green, CS-54NVG
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BRANDCold Steel Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding
ORIGINTaiwan
Product Field 384069
AVERAGE RATING80
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
Cold Steel Working Man 54NVG Knife Steve Austin EDC OD Green GFN Locking Folder
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Cold Steel Working Man 54NVG Knife Steve Austin EDC OD Green GFN Locking Folder
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This knife is light (due mainly to no need for liners)& the blade shape is excellent. The Triad lock is STIFF. Wish the lock spring were lighter but maybe the Triad requires the stiff spring for secure lockup. It seems to lighten up somewhat with lubrication/use.
 
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