- This tool has multi functions, such as scissors, key ring, ruler, opener and so on
- If you want easy field dressing then use this outdoors knife on every successful hunt
- With a bellied blade this knife becomes the skinning knife you can rely on
- This outdoors knife is customized for outdoor exercises enthusiasts
- The Stainless Steel Knife is a necessity for home life, travel, and go out for camping
- The hardness and toughness ensure the knife standing long time wear and tear
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Folded Size: 6 x 3 x 0.5cm/2.4 x 1.2 x 0.2in(L x W x H)
- This durable folding pocket knife features stainless steel blade with matte silver finish. This Stainless Steel Knife is designed with a key ring that is easy to take
- This Outdoor Folding Knife has multi functions, such as scissors, key ring, ruler, opener and so on
- The Key Ring Folding Knife is a necessity for home life, travel, and go out for camping
- The hardness and toughness ensure the Stainless Steel Knife standing long time wear and tear
Selecting a Folding Knife:
- Decide if a folding knife is really the best choice for your needs. If it's a lot of heavy-duty activity, a belt knife may be better. A folding knife is always going to break sooner than a belt knife of the same quality because it has a moving part. Folding knives are a good choice for light, everyday use.
- Assess the steel. Most fold-outs are going to be either 440 or 420 gauge stainless steel. One of these numbers will be stamped on the blade, or it might be just stamped "stainless," in which case it might be either gauge. If there's no stamp of any kind, put it back. There are some high-carbon steels which will have a different stamp. These fairly rare, but if there's a stamp, it's probably still good quality. However, you will have to deal with rust prevention with these blades.
- Assess the knife for safety concerns. A good quality folding knife will have a blade lock of some kind which keeps the blade from folding in on itself. Flip it open and test it. Make sure it's tight and that the blade doesn't wobble. Your blade may develop some wobble after purchase if you use it a lot, but if it wobbles in the store, you don't want it. It's also very important to make sure that the handle of the knife fits comfortably and securely in your hand. If it doesn't, there's a danger of slippage, which will likely cause you to cut yourself.
- Assess the blade. Choose between a serrated and non-serrated blade based on what you intend to use the knife for. Bear in mind that while you can sharpen a non-serrated knife on your own and would need to take a serrated knife to a knife shop to have it sharpened.Test the blade of the knife by thumbing it (sideways, not down the length). Also test it on a piece of paper.
- Know the laws regarding the carrying of knives in your state. If you keep your knife in your pocket or in a bag, it might be considered an illegal concealed weapon, depending on the length of its blade.
How to Clean a Folding Knife:
- Boil water in a pot.
- Carefully unfold all blades and tools on the knife.
- Use tongs to pick up folding knife, and carefully place in the pot of boiling water.
- Remove folding knife with tongs after 45 seconds.
- Place knife on clean towel. Let it stand for at least 5 minutes until it cools.
- Scrub with wet toothbrush if the boiling water did not remove all of the dirt.
- Put a few drops of light vegetable oil directly on the metal blade and carefully wipe clean with a paper towel. This will remove any remaining dirt.
- Carefully close up all parts of folding knife.
- 1 x Key Ring Folding Outdoor Knife