Gingrich Tactical Innovations GTI Custom Anodized Delta Lock Flipper Knife 3.25" Satin BD1 Blade, Brown Denim Titanium Handles - Delta Lock Folder
GTIDLFBRD: Delta Lock Folder, Brown Denim
Gingrich Tactical Innovations
From the innovative mind of Justin Gingrich / Gingrich Tactical Innovations, comes a sturdy titanium flipper with a new, incredibly strong mechanism, the Delta Lock!
The centerpiece of this new blade is the patent-pending Delta Lock. Whereas a traditional frame lock only engages the tang at a single point, the Delta Lock forms a V-shaped cutout that interfaces with four different surfaces on the tang, preventing movement in any direction and creating one of the strongest setups we have seen here at KnifeCenter. You feel it in your bones when this knife locks open - truly vault-like with no blade play. When you are ready to close, it is as easy to use as any locking liner or frame.
Another bonus to the Delta Lock - the point of the tang that rests in the bottom of the V doubles as a glass-breaker when the blade is closed, adding a fearsome dose of aggression to this knife.
The BD1 stainless steel blade rotates open with smooth and repeatable action from the flipper or dual thumb studs. A broad drop point profile promises versatility and hard-use durability.
This blade isn’t all action either - the titanium frame is plenty stylish with a dimpled finish. Not only does this look great, but it also adds texture for increased traction without being uncomfortable. There is certainly plenty here to hold and this knife won’t get away from you in hand or in the pocket, especially with the robust clip for easy carry.
Custom anodized by Justin Gingrich himself!
- Blade Length: 3.25"
- Closed Length: 4.875"
- Overall Length: 8.125"
- Blade Material: CTS-BD1
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Grind: Hollow
- Blade Finish: Satin
- Handle Material: Brown Anodized Titanium - Denim
- Handle Thickness: 0.50"
- Locking Mechanism: Delta Lock (patent pending)
- Pocket Clip: Tip-Up, Right Carry
- Weight: 7.5 oz.
- Designer: Justin Gingrich
- Made in the USA