TAC Force TF-710 Series Liner Lock Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Two-Tone Half-Serrated Blade, 5-Inch Closed


The TAC Force Liner Lock Assisted Opening Folding Knife (TF-710 Series) features a two-tone half-serrated blade, with a 5-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed deployment, this spring assisted open folding knife locks securely into place with the use of its liner lock. This knife features a 3-1/2-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade. The aluminum handle features a diamond cut pattern and comes with a seat belt cutter and a glass breaker on the end, which can punch out the window of a car

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  1. Spencer in Seattle says:
    59 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    it has an aggressive tactical style and a great feel to it, June 10, 2016
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    I have had no problems at all with the mechanism on this knife: it flips out flawlessly and is tight when extended. As for the style of the knife, it has an aggressive tactical style and a great feel to it.

    Now, I’m not saying that this knife is as great as some $100 knives … but what do you expect from an affordable knife as this one? What you get here is a good blade and a knife that you can beat up and then not regret it. Personally, I love all the affordable knives for sale on Amazon, as this is a great example of what you can get for very little $$$ on the Amazon.

    Good knife at the price.

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  2. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I bought 5 of these, and 3 fell apart after minimal use, May 28, 2016
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    I love the way this knife looks and feels, but I’m highly disappointed in the build quality. I bought 2 green ones, and 3 black ones of the same kind. Two of the black ones broke after minimal use, and one of the green ones broke after practically no use. It’s really a shame, because I love the look of this knife. Too bad the quality is cheap. I guess it’s true… you get what you pay for. Don’t buy this knife. It will almost certainly break.
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  3. Ray Younger says:
    57 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Spring assist is badly flawed., May 3, 2016
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    I really really wanted to love this knife. It’s very visually appealing. The blade is sharp, handle grips nicely, it’s light, aesthetically it’s great. But the spring assist function is horrible. If they had just added one single screw to the center of the handle it would function perfectly and I’d give it five stars. The problem is that the spring comes off its perch when you close the blade. Then when you go to open it, you need two hands because not only is the spring inoperable due to it not being on its perch, the spring has actually gotten wedged between the handle and the frame and you can’t even open it singlehanded anymore. I will remove the spring in mine and have just a folding pocket knife. At least that way it’ll be usable. Such a shame. It’s a beautiful knife. Left with the spring in it, it’s useless. In my one pic you can see the gap in the handle caused by the spring coming off its perch. In my other pic you can see the spring sitting on the perch, where it gets stuck.

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