These knives have blade precision fitted alongside the handle with one-hand opening/closing characteristics and a very positive blade lock. The “Tanto” and the handle of the K.I.S.S. knife are both high carbon stainless steel with a fine bead-blasted finish.
The P.E.C.K. model features the same impeccable qualities, though slightly smaller and incorporates a razor-sharp Warncliffe blade. Both have a pocket/money clip for secure carrying. Hex-head fastener allows precise adjustment of each blade’s opening and closing tension. Slim, technically advanced and quite beautiful, the K.I.S.S. and P.E.C.K. are high-performance edged tools that are every-day useful. K.I.S.S. blade length: 2.25" (overall length: 3.5"). P.E.C.K blade length: 1.75" (overall length 2.6").
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- I Love This One Review by Peter G
- This is so neat and flat I carry it everywhere. (Posted on 12/12/11)
- nice budget knife Review by giselle
- I have one of these and intended to clip it on my pocket but (as seen in photo above) the hinge end of the knife sticks out of my pocket. It's best used as a money clip. I have since bought a different knife that has a usable pocket clip. (Posted on 1/10/10)
- I thought this was intere... Review by Stephen Jensen
I thought this was interesting and anwers the question of, "how should one wear the American flag patch?"
To wear our country's flag properly, the field of stars is worn closest to your heart. Further, when worn on the sleeve of a military uniform, the flag should appear to be advancing and not retreating. Thus, if your patch is to be worn on your LEFT sleeve, use a left flag (normal). For patches worn on your RIGHT sleeve, use a "right" or "reversed field" flag. (http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagetiq.html)
(Posted on 3/30/09)