First Look: Bear OPS MC-800-TI-S Pocket Knife

posted on May 2, 2020

Bear OPS is introducing the new Bear OPS MC-800-TI-S pocket knife, the new knife from Bear & Son Cutlery. Made in America, it combines premium materials with superior performance at an affordable price.

Designed to be a useful everyday carry knife which doesn’t attract attention to itself, the Bear OPS MC-800-TI-S is designed to be carried discreetly and yet still be able to be deployed quickly. The knife features a low-profile, fast-action framelock knife with a satin-finished 2¾-inch blade made from S35VN steel. The blade deploys smoothly using the integrated flipper that rides on ball bearing washers. Tough, titanium stone-washed handles are lightweight, durable and ergonomically designed for a positive, comfortable grip and excellent blade control.

This modern EDC knife also features an ambidextrous pocket clip for deep carry, making it a perfect choice for those situations where a knife handle in your pocket would bring unwanted attention. Solidly built and delivering high levels of performance, the OPS MC-800 TI-S is backed by a lifetime warranty.

Bear OPS MC-800-TI-S Specifications:
Blade Material: S35VN steel with satin finish
Handle Material: Titanium with stone-washed finish
Blade Length: 2¾ inches
Overall length: 6½ inches
Closed Length: 3¾ inches
Weight: 1.7 ounces
Extras: Deep carry, ambidextrous pocket clip, ball bearing washers, lifetime warranty

MSRP on the new Bear OPS MC-800-TI-S pocket knife is $219.99, and more information is available at


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