Steel Will Adds Onrush 632S Tactical Knife

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posted on February 15, 2017
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Steel Will introduced its new Onrush 632S tactical folding knife, designed to provide a high-quality option for first responders, military members and those looking for a solid personal-defense option.

The new Onrush is made in Italy and features a black handle made from G10 glass-fiber laminate designed to provide a solid, comfortable and easy-to-clean grip. G10 material is known for its strength and is non-flammable, non-conductive and resists moisture.

The blade itself is made from N690Co, an Austrian steel that is comparable to 440C steel, and features a black PVD finish designed to provide resistance to wear and corrosion. The blade includes a thumbstud for easy opening and is finished with Steel Will's proprietary blade serrations. When open, the blade is secured by a liner lock.

The company's serration pattern is a recent design and is aimed at providing the end user with smoother and deeper blade penetration for cutting through thick ropes or seatbelts. The Onrush is also made for pocket carry, featuring a black-finished pocket clip designed to keep the knife secure, even when entering and exiting a vehicle. The pocket clip can be installed in two separate locations on the knife, making the Onrush usable for left-handed individuals.

The full length of the Onrush 632S is 8.86 inches, while the blade length is 3.62 inches. The thickness of the blade is 0.14 inch. Total weight of the Onrush is 6.58 ounces. When folded, the knife measures in at 5.24 inches. The Onrush also features a glass-breaker at the rear of the handle, made from a separate piece of hardened steel.

The suggested retail price for the new Steel Will Onrush 632S tactical folding knife is $189.99.

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