Ruger Hollow-Point Knife by CRKT

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posted on December 25, 2016
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The Ruger Hollow-Point Knife is the newest addition to the exclusive Ruger line of knives designed and built by CRKT and is designed for everyday carry or as an ideal pack knife for hunting or hiking trips.

The knife features retro styling, yet offers users modern features, such as the trademarked IKBS ball-bearing pivot system that facilitates rapid opening. The knife also features a frame-lock device, plastic scales, a two-position pocket clip a blade-flipper for one-handed opening and a lanyard hole.

The steel blade features a plain edge with a satin finish. Total blade length is 3.17 inches, with a thickness of 0.125 inch. Total length of the entire knife is 7.5 inches, while the weight is 4.4 ounces.

Three models are offered in the Ruger Hollow-Point line. The base model retails at a suggested price of $69.99. The two other models, the Hollow-Point +P and the Hollow-Point Compact, retail at a suggested price of $79.99 and $59.99, respectively.

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