SOG Flash II Pocket Knife

SOG Flash II Pocket Knife

 

SOG Flash II Pocket Knife

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I have now owned five of these knives. It has been the one that I continually buy.

One has sat in the pocket of my Wranglers since I was 17 years old. I carried one in the pocket of my utilities through my entire time in the Marines. As I sit here now one rests with me.

You may ask how have you owned five knives in 11 years and call it a good knife. Well, my friend, the answer is simple: I lost four of them. I have yet to break one of these knives or wear out the blade. I haven’t broken a handle, busted a lock, or snapped a hinge. Lost ’em, plain and simple.

One of the things I really like is the blade holds an edge and stays sharp for a good amount of time, but like all knives its sharpness depends on use.

I’ve cut everything with this knife: wire, drywall, rope, leather, boxes, tape, old shirts, and myself (oops!). I know every time I pull this blade out it will do the job.

The locking mechanism works great. I’ve never had it slap closed when it shouldn’t. I have pried and pulled while locked open and have no worry that it’s going to come down on my fingers.

The assisted open is a nice feature. With either a thumb or a flick of the wrist, you have your tool out and ready.Even after years of use I noticed no considerable wear to either it opening too easy or not easy enough. It does have a “safety” lock that can keep it from opening until disengaged.

I have noticed that after a while it can get clicked over to “safe” without my knowing. So if you’re trying to get it out in a hurry it could be enabled.

This is one of my favorite knives due to its quality and beautiful look. I highly recommend it.

About The Author

Jeremy

Jeremy grew up in a small farm town in Ohio He started shooting at 8 yrs old with a lever action Marlin Gold Trigger. He spent four Years USMC and was awarded the company high shot. He also spent five years riding bulls, and worked several years as a security agent for a heavy metal band. Jeremy is also a NRA pistol instructor. You can also find Jeremy on his website at www.riversedgetactical.net

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