Pocket size version of the Applegate auto.
Of all the extra cool folding knife designs we've been waiting patiently for to come out in a spring drive auto, the Applegate has always been very high on the list of possibles that have just never emerged. And it was last produced under exclusive in limited run of 20 knives by Butch Vallotton in a dual action custom back in 1998 and sold for $650.00. These new Gerber built ones have at least twice the spring power (coil drive) and also feature a slider safety on the center of the handle. This is pretty much the classic Applegate from top to bottom otherwise with the exception of the handle being the auto industry standard 6061 T6 Alloy with black anodize and then the fasteners are all done in Torx drive with black coating for the tactical look. The pocket clip is also especially nice - really this feature puts in front of most auto knives made today in that the way the clip is set the knife will just about completely be hidden in the pocket when clipped - a very nice feature and especially because it decked out in non reflective black!
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