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Assisted opening knives use a spring activated mechanism to deploy the blade when a little pressure is applied. Often confused with switchblades, they have one main difference. While automatic opening switchblades are usually opened with the push of a button, the assisted knife user must apply pressure to the blade, usually at the thumb stud, thumbdisc or index flipper. Once the blade is opened about 20%-30%, the mechanism automatically completes the opening.
Just an FYI as to why I do business with you. Last Christmas after calling on the status of a knife I ordered, I learned it was out-of-stock. Ultimately you took care of me and expressed mailed-at no charge, the replacement I ordered. The knife arrived on time + you threw in a free small CTR folding knife as well (nice)..
--Dave P - Philadelphia, PA