Rat Worx MRX X-Factor Automatic Knife

Oct 2, 2017

Category: Gear

Known across the industry for their overly aggressive yet sleek design principles, Rat Worx is in the business to make a name for themselves not through coy marketing techniques but by letting their products speak for themselves. Their newest release, dubbed the MRX Ambi X-Factor, continues that business model with authority.

Offering a beefy overbuilt design, Rat Worx’s newest design boasts an overall length of 10.25 inches, a CPM-154 steel blade length of 4.125 inches, a blade width of 1.625 inches, and a cutting edge of 3.75 inches. Clearly, these guys aren’t messing around, even more so considering the knife features a fully ambidextrous automatic firing system thanks to its MRX chain drive. The handle is also built with anodized aluminum with a milled texture and a stainless steel pocket clip both ensures this flipper is always at the ready and looks one-of-a-kind in the process. Available now.

Purchase: $399

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