FSA7-CP

SOG Flash I Folding Knives

SOG Flash I Folding Knives

Description

The Flash line of folding knives include SOG's S.A.T. which helps propel the blade open once the operator has initiated the one-handed opening action.

Features

  • AUS 8 stainless steel
  • Reversible low- profile clip
  • Lightweight and compact
List Price
$61.25
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$42.38
In Stock

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The Flash has got to be one of the coolest knives we've ever seen. Forget its wicked-quick blade access, that it handles like a race car on rails, or that it locks up like Alcatraz. It just looks and feels extraordinary. The Flash family of knives feature SOG Assisted Technology™ (S.A.T.), which employs a powerful piston lock that is easily released with a sliding button. The Flash I (Straight edge) comes with glass-reinforced nylon (GRN) handle and straight edge, Satin finished blade. All Flash knives come standard with SOG's patent pending, reversible bayonet mounted clip that ensures the lowest, most discreet carry possible. We also had the foresight to incorporate an additional safety lock that gives added security when the blade is closed.

Notable Specifications:
  • Blade length: 2.5"
  • Closed length: 3.25"
  • Overall length: 5.75"
  • Weight: 1.3 oz
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SOG Flash I Folding Knives FSA7-CP Flash I folding knife straight edge, polished satin
$42.38
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SOG Flash I Folding Knives FSA97-CP Flash I folding knife partially serrated, polished satin
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