Kizer Catshark Non-Locking Folding Knife
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Since the only thing scarier than a cat is a shark, clearly Kizer wasn't kitten or finnin' around when they combined the two to name their new pocket knife the Catshark*. It's a non-locking folding knife with the chub of an overfed cat along its Micarta and titanium handle, and the toothy bite of a hungry shark tracing the lines of its 1.95" N690 steel blade. So again, good name they've got there in Catshark.
The EDC-ready Catshark also comes with a pry bar and screwdriver built into its handle, which, according to Kizer, "can be used for daily screwing or twisting." Available in black or silver, the folding knife has a quick-open design via its front flipper or thumb hole. Though it's non-locking, Catshark purchases include a fire starter rod you can also insert to hold the blade in place.
*Yeah, I know a catshark is an actual type of shark, and that's actually what Kizer took inspiration from in designing this pocket knife. But catshark fodder isn't nearly as fun as cat-shark hybrid fodder in product descriptions, so I took some liberties for the enjoyment of all.
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