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Schrade Viper Gen III OTF Assisted Open Knife

$47.99 List price:
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Schrade Viper Gen III OTF Assisted Open Knife

  • 4034 Stainless Steel blade
  • Aluminum handle
  • Side trigger blade release
  • Spring assisted opening
  • Blade locks tight when open
  • Toggle safety that show a red dot when the knife is live and ready to open
  • Glass breaker built into the hilt
  • Deep pocket clip
  • BLADE STYLE: Spear Point (Plain Edge/Partially Serrated)
  • BLADE LENGTH: 3.50"
  • CLOSED LENGTH: 5.30"
  • WEIGHT: 4.9 oz.
  • Imported

SPECIFY: Partially Serrated Blade or Plain Edge Blade

BLADE COLORS: Black or Stainless Steel



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  1. Nice Knife But Not Full-Auto 5 Star Review

    Posted by

    Just received this knife today and i was very pleased with the quality and speed at which the blade fires. The only thing i wasn't a fan of {and what is not really made clear in the description} is that it is not a double-action automatic, meaning you have to manually retract the blade each time you use it via the slide. Other than that i would definitely recommend this, when the blade is deployed it is very sturdy with little to no wobble and locks tight into place, it's extremely sharp and seeming well made. And for the price it's hard to beat.

  2. Blade Type 5 Star Review

    Posted by

    When I finally received my new 'toy' (it was backordered), I found a surprise not listed for it on U.S. Cavalry or on the manufacturers webpage: it is double edged. While this was a nice addition, it should be listed as such. Many (many) jurisdictions frown on this, and such it is illegal in most states. Just sharing. Buyer be advised! Otherwise, the grip and handle is good. Blade locks secure, and with minimal practice, opens in a flash.