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Cold Steel Swift II, 22AB

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£ 164,95 £ 249,75
SKU: CS22AB

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The Cold Steel Swift is the very first assisted opening pocket knife by Cold Steel, designed by Andrew Demko. However, this is not the only remarkable thing about this knife. Not many knives have an assisted opening with a back-lock.

The Flash-Tek-technology used for the assisted opening works really well and lets the blade almost fly out! Do pay a little attention when using! The G10 handle lies very comfortable in the hand. The blade of CTS-XHP-steel is extremely sharp.

Specifications

Finish blade DLC-coating
Right or left-handed symmetrical
Blade shape drop point
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Cold Steel Swift II, 22AB

Specifications

Features & functions

Finish blade DLC-coating
Right or left-handed symmetrical
Blade shape drop point
Type of edge plain edge
Tools knife
Opening system thumb stud
Type assisted opener
Pocket clip yes, tip-up (left/right)
Lock back-lock
Can be opened with one hand yes, assisted opening
Way of sharpening Western sharpening angle
MOLLE-compatible no
Pocket clip position tip-up
Pocket clip side left, right
Number of tools 1

General information

Brand Cold Steel
Colour black
Can be engraved yes
Country of origin Taiwan
Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects 2 year
Designer Andrew Demko

Material

Material handle G10
Type of steel CTS-XHP
Hardness 61 HRC

Scope of delivery

Pouch no
Sheath no

Dimensions & weight

Weight 135 grams
Blade height 3 cm
Blade length 9.1 cm
Closed length 12.9 cm
Cutting edge length 9
Blade thickness 3.3 mm
Total length 21.9 cm
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