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SOG Visionary I Folding 3" Plain Drop Point Black Powder Coated VG-10 Stainless Steel Blade GRN Handle with Pocket Clip VS-01

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SOG Knives
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Experts in the defense/survival field rarely agree on anything let alone what the most important tool you can carry with you daily is. That is unless you are talking about bladed weapons and tools which everyone agrees should be on youevery day. Enter SOG Knives and Tools. SOG Knives and Tools is a premier designer and manufacturer some of the toughest and well built knives on the planet. SOG Knives and Tools can be found on the belts and in the hands of our Military, Law Enforcement, and Security Conscience Civilians. Next time you are heading out the jungle, work, or just running around town with the family make sure you take along SOG Knives and Tools for that added measure of security.

The SOG Visionary I features the same spectacular blade shape as the Spec Elite, with the handle of a Mini X-Ray Vision. The end result...a great blade in a small package!

People with big and small hands will find the Visionary I a pleasure to hold and carry. It has a finely textured GRN handle that is both lightweight and ergonomic. Its ideal three-inch blade with slightly curved straight edge opens quickly and smoothly via SOG's Arc-Lock. The Arc-Lock offers superior strength, speed, and ambidexterity.

Specifications and Features:
OAL: 7"
Weight: 3 oz
Blade Thickness: .12"
Type: Folder
Locking Mechanism: Arc-Lock
Edge: Plain
Blade Shape: Drop Point
Handle Color: Black
Blade Length: 3"
Belt Clip
Blade Steel: VG-10
Blade Finish: Black Powder Coated
Handle Material: GRN
Harndness: RC 59-60

 

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