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TacKnives Butterfly Knives | Balisong BFK1

(2 customer reviews)

$29.95

Full length: 24cm | 9.45in
Blade length: 95mm | 3.74in
Handle Length: 145mm | 5.71in
Blade width: 20mm | 0.79in
Blade thickness: 2.8mm
Blade: 3Cr13
Weight: 131g | 4.62oz
Hardness: 55HRC
Surface: sanding / color titanium
Handle: steel handle
Lock type: sickle
Other: with color box and nylon sleeve

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This TacKnives Butterfly knife / Balisong is simple and elegant. It has a spectrum finish of rainbow color. The blade is made with 3Cr13 steel. The whole knife weighs 4.62 oz.

Please Note: This is a butterfly knife / Balisong. If you are looking for an OTF knife, please view our complete catalog of OTF knives. CLICK HERE!

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  1. FoodWaterKnives

    FoodWaterKnives (verified owner)

    You can get a butterfly knife from a million places. All of them have their downfalls, whether it be price or warranty or consistency, but I just received this knife today and I was really satisfied with it. For such a lot price you get a very smoothly operating knife with solid construction, equally machined bars and an awesome anodized look over the whole thing. The only thing that could have been better was the locking bar, it is really hard to close when the knife is open. Really fast shipping, about five days, and the packaging was very nice. For this price, I 100% recommend. DO NOT BUY THIS IF YOU HAVENT USED A TRAINER THOUGH. Butterfly knives are very dangerous. Please be safe.

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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Knife is sharp. Color is beautiful. Make sure to add loctite to the screws before using.

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