Ontario Knife Company Introduces Cerberus Folder

posted on March 8, 2017
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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