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Designed by knifemaker Dylan Mallery and manufactured by trusted artisan brand CJRB, the Centros Folding Knife packs affordable performance into a slim profile. Weighing just 4.6 ounces, this knife is neither heavy nor wide—but it does have ample length Read More
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Designed by knifemaker Dylan Mallery and manufactured by trusted artisan brand CJRB, the Centros Folding Knife packs affordable performance into a slim profile. Weighing just 4.6 ounces, this knife is neither heavy nor wide—but it does have ample length. The drop-point D2 blade is 3.7 inches long, while the entire knife measures 8.4 inches in length. A ceramic ball-bearing pivot and liner lock ensure smooth deployment and closure, while a steel clip makes pocket carry safe and secure. Choose a G-10 or carbon fiber handle, and add this slim standard to your arsenal.
Note: At checkout, choose a black G-10, green G-10, gray G-10, or carbon fiber (+ $3) handle.
Carbon Fiber (+$3)
Designed by Dylan Mallery
Blade material: D2
Blade style: Drop point
Blade finish: Stone wash
Blade grind: Flat
Blade hardness: HRC 58-60
Handle material: G-10 or carbon fiber
Clip material: Steel
Pivot assembly: Ceramic ball bearing
Lock type: Liner lock
Blade length: 3.7 in (9.3 cm)
Blade thickness: 0.1 in (3.2 mm)
Overall length: 8.4 in (21.3 cm)
Closed length: 4.7 in (12 cm)
Weight: 4.6 oz (130 g)
Estimated ship date is Jan 21, 2021 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
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