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CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030

CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030
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$61.99 Reg. Price $130.00  
CRKT Argus Knife, 3.550" drop point blade with OutBurst Assist, cold forged aluminum handle, 4.560" closed.
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Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030


The illustrated CRKT knife is the CRKT Argus Knife, designed by Matthew Lerch, that features a 3.550" drop point blade made of AUS8 stainless steel, .120" thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 57-58. The blade of this CRKT knife has a satin finish, a rotating thumb disk with FireSafe safety, and OutBurst Assist for one hand opening. The cold forged 6061 aluminum handle, 4.560" closed, has grooves for secure grip, and a liner lock. A removable steel pocket clip is mounted at the pivot end of this CRKT Knife. The CRKT Argus Knife has an overall open length of 8.130", and it weighs 4.2 ounces.

Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030

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BRANDCRKT Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding, Assisted
CLOSED LENGTH4.56"
BLADE LENGTH3.55"
BLADE STEELAUS-8
DESIGNERMatthew Lerch
WEIGHT4.2 oz.
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
Product Field 382710
AVERAGE RATING100
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030
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CRKT Argus Knife, CR-7030
CRKT ARGUS CR7030
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The first thing I notice while unboxing this knife is the handle's feel in my hand. The metal has these curved valleys that run the handle's length and a texture that feels like a very fine sandpaper. It is almost unnoticeable except that it really gives a firm grip and is good looking.At first I could not open the knife using the half-moon shaped opener and my heart dropped, you know, with the feeling one gets when realizing he just got robbed. But I continued to manually work the blade open and closed after putting one drop of oil onto the pivot. Then I tried pushing the thumb half wheel and pop! the knife flies open. I started to grin with glee as I popped the knife Open with ease; this knife is just as fast as any auto I know about. It opens with a firm click and is super sharp. The handle texture helps the pocket clip to stick well in the pocket. This knife is going everywhere for a while. It is so easy to close with the liner lock--truly a one-handed operation; a real treasure...