Civilware Pointer Knife

Jul 5, 2016

Category: Gear

Civilware, the young California based knife maker has been turning out some pretty fantastic looking knives as of late. Their Striker Knife, for instance, is a great example of how a strong but simple blade design can still go a long way in today’s market. The brand has continued along this line of thinking with the release of their Pointer knife, the first one made in the company’s new California based shop.

Taking inspiration from some of the first folding knives ever made, this new knife uses friction to keep the corrosion resistant AEB-L blade folded in the titanium handle. For a deployment mechanism, they opted for an extended tang that can be depressed into the handle. When the pocket knife is fully opened, it measures in at 5.25 inches long, making it a just the right size to get things done while still being small enough for everyday carry. If you want this small but mean looking little blade, you can pick one up for $125. [Purchase]

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