Ontario Knife Company Introduces Cerberus Folder

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posted on March 8, 2017
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The new Cerberus Folder from Ontario Knife Company is designed to handle any situation, from hunting, fishing, camping or tactical and personal-defense use.

“The OKC Cerberus Folder has the versatility of an everyday carry folding knife with the spirit of a fixed blade,” said Deneb Pirrone, vice president of sales and marketing for OKC. “Designed as a counterpart to the original OKC Cerberus, this minimalist tactical folder is overbuilt and purpose-driven for use in the field.”

Named after the 3-headed monster from Greek mythology that guards the entrance to the underworld, the Cerberus Folder is constructed with a blade made from D2 tool steel and features a titanium handle with a frame lock, designed for durability.

The overall length of the knife is 9.125 inches, with a 3.75-inch blade that features a thickness of 0.13 inches. The full-grind blade features a spear-point tip and a satin finish. Other features include an ergonomic design with added gimping for extra grip and a bead-blast finish. The Cerberus Folder also features an ambidextrous thumb stud for easy single-handed opening along with a reversible pocket clip.

The suggested retail price of the OKC Cerberus Folder is $164.95.

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