Black And Silver Speckled Skeleton Butterfly Knife - Stainless Steel Blade, Die Cast Metal Handles, USA Made

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Part #:49 BJ89255
  • With our easy-to-maneuver, comfortable-in-your-hand butterfly knife, expanding and perfecting your flipping skills is a cinch
  • The knife has a 4” stainless steel, hollow ground, clip point blade with a satin finish and a double tang pin design
  • It has extra thick, black and silver speckled die cast metal handles with slot and hole cutouts and a secure locking mechanism
  • This skeleton butterfly knife is 5” closed and has been made in the USA
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Our easy-to-maneuver Black and Silver Skeleton Butterfly Knife makes expanding and perfecting your flipping skills a cinch! It has a 4” stainless steel, hollow ground, clip point blade with a satin finish and a double tang pin design for great performance. This model has extra thick, die cast metal handles that are skeletonized and have a black and silver speckled finish. Overall this butterfly knife has great action, good looks, a fantastic price and it is made in the USA.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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Thomas Zander
Jan 18, 2019
(4 out of 5)
Pretty good knife

I've wanted to teach my son how to use a balisong knife for a long time but, hadn't found the right one, this is a well made knife and I was happy to turn it over to him. Handles have just enough grip to not slip with wet hands but, not enough to impede smooth manipulation. The blade is well balanced and holds an edge well. The only thing that I found wrong with this knife is the finishing of the blade, it was a little course and I've had to go over it with some fine sandpaper and a file to take the burs off the back of the blade so it doesn't tear your finger up when you flip it. Still, for it's price, this knife is well worth the money.

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