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Beretta Tactical Folder TKX 100

4 out of 5
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# CO4404500900
$179.00 $134.00

Blade steel: N690Co - HRC 58-60 covered in Black Idroglider

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Blade steel: N690Co - HRC 58-60 covered in Black Idroglider

Note - IDROGLIDER is a patented water born coating, environment friendly (SOV < 4%) that offers excellent heavy duty performances.
Gold finish Clip: reversible back side stainless steel 420 J2B
Handle: coarse texture G10
Liners: stainless steel 420 J2B
Packaging: Beretta box
Blade length: 3.93 inch.
Blade thickness: 0.16 inch.
Handle length: 4.92 inch.
Made in Italy.

Features - Glass breaker. Easy opening clip. IDROGLIDER is a patented water born coating, environment friendly (SOV < 4%) that offers excellent heavy duty performances.

Notice: Due to state laws, this knife cannot be shipped to New York State. Please do not add this knife to your shopping cart if you are having your order shipped to NYstate, since the knife will be removed from your shopping cart during the check out process.

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Average Rating

4 out of 5
 

Based on 3 reviews

67% would recommend this item to a friend.

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8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful

4 out of 5

Quality Product

 

Knife feels good in the hand - can be "flicked" open with a hand sweep or by using the finger assist. Factory sharpening - excellent.

 
 

3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Great knife in fit and finish

 

Decided to purchase this TKX 100 a few years after buying the TKX 120 beast and shortly after my Benchmade died. This knife has a great in hand feel and the quality is second to none. Looked at many folders priced above this and it seems like many makers have gone down hill. This TKX honestly feels and works like a fixed blade. I looked at some D2 and AUS 8 blades bad the build was pretty bad. This Beretta TKX is a collaboration with Emerson Knives in the US (says so on the blade) but made with Austrian steel in Italy. So it's pretty much a collaboration of great minds on one project at a very good price. Here's a great knife.... really not much left to think about.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
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