Microtech Bounty Hunter Automatic Knife

Sep 22, 2016

Category: Gear

Appearing briefly in both The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Boba Fett – son of Jango Fett – was the most feared bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe. And, although he had few lines, he became of of the series’ most iconic characters, thanks to his unique and intimidating suit of armor. Now Microtech, a knife manufacturer known for embracing and pioneering advanced technology and innovative design, has taken the iconic look of the ruthless warrior and pared it into an impressive automatic knife. Meet the aptly named the Bounty Hunter.

With a flat ground, tanto style, serrated Elmax 3.375″ steel blade, a 5″ anodized T6 aluminum alloy handle, and a double-action OTF deployment system with a simple sliding button, this knife is far from being just a novelty. There’s also a glass breaker located on the bottom of the handle. For fans of both Star Wars and everyday carry, this might just be the coolest knife available. Just be sure you live in a place where automatically deployed knives are legal, before you drop the $350 it costs to get one. [Purchase]

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