Specifications and features:
2-1/8" plain drop point blade
4-1/2" overall length open
Stainless steel split liner lock
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Ceramic Gamma -
The Gamma model is so lightweight (just 1.5 ounces), you won't even know it's in your pocket or purse - until you need it. Durable Zytel handle of reinforced fiberglass is textured and ribbed for sure grip. A lanyard hole adds convenience. The 2 1/8" drop point blade is crafted of Boker black ceramic. A thumb stud makes one-handed opening easy. Stainless steel split liner locks the blade into place. 3" closed.
Drop Point Blade -
This blade has a gentle, sloping convex curve to the point versus the concave curve of the clip blade. Being thicker, this blade point is stronger for heavier tasks. It stands up to abuse well, but isn't as effective for easy penetration.
Ceramic Blade -
Ceramic knives are built exactly like traditional steel knives. They, however, have a blade made of a very hard kind of ceramic. The ceramic used in the blades on ceramic knives is often zirconium dioxide. Because of the hardness of these types of blades, they stay sharper longer than steel knives do. These types of knives are ideal for divers because ceramic material does not rust in salt water.
Lanyard Hole -
This is a hole to fit a lanyard, rope or carrying implement through. Liner Lock -
Invented by Michael Walker, uses a leaf spring type liner within the groove of the handle that snaps into position under the blade when it is de ployed.
Stainless Steel -
An alloy steel containing 12 percent or more chromium, so as to be resistant to rust and attack from various chemicals.
A glass filled nylon material used in making handles for knives. DuPont trademark.