Bear Edge Camo Assisted Lockback Knife

Bear & Sons Cutlery has introduced the new Bear Edge Camo Assisted Lockback knife. Designed for easy boot or pocket carry, the 61120 delivers performance and comfort that EDC users expect in a lightweight folder.

Built around a lightweight aluminum handle dressed in a Realtree EDGE camo pattern, the 61120 weighs a mere four ounces and features a closed length of 4-1/2 inches, giving discrete every day carry options for a variety of environments.  With a 3-inch-long carbon stainless steel blade, the 61120 is 7-1/2 inches overall when deployed.

The Bear Edge 61120 blade begins with a black powder-coated 440 high carbon stainless steel that features a hollow ground modified drop point. Thumb studs allow quick, ambidextrous opening with a swift release thanks to the integrated open assist. Once open, the positive lock design keeps the blade in place for any cutting task. For additional blade control, the 61120 features jimping along both the handle and the spine for a no-slip grip.

The 61120 also offers a myriad of carry options. The high-strength boot/pocket clip keeps the knife secure in a tip-down carry position for quick retrieval and opening. A lanyard hole is also integrated into the handle for storage convenience or added carry security.

Bear Edge 6112 Specifications:

  • Blade Material: 440 Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Aluminum
  • Open Length: 7-1/2″
  • Closed Length: 4-1/2″
  • Blade Length: 3″
  • Weight: 4.0oz.
  • Origin: Built in America
    MSRP: $40.99
  • Extras: Boot/pocket clip, lockback, assisted opening

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