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Gerber 30-000244 Mini Covert Auto, ComboEdge. The Mini Covert Automatic is the perfect example of a small tactical auto, yet with every day carry abilities – light, strong and discreet. This is an Applegate-Fairbairn design with a black finished S30V spear-point blade and a partially serrated edge. The Covert handle is black type III hard anodized aluminum with grip grooves. The satin firing button fires the blade open with great force and a front mounted slide safety locks the blade in both the open and closed positions. The removable deep carry tip-down pocket clip allows convenient and discreet carry. This comfortable and practical knife is perfectly sized for everyday carry. The Covert makes an excellent tactical knife choice.
AUTOMATIC KNIFE ORDER INFORMATION
The sales of automatic (switchblade) knives are restricted to members of Law Enforcement, Military, and government personnel only with proper credentials.
NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA!
In accordance with Federal Laws we offer Automatic Knives (Switchblades) to members of Law Enforcement, Military, and government personnel only with proper credentials. NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA. Please check permissibility within your state or locality.
To order please fill out the Auto Knife Purchase Form which can be found by going to the Automatic Opening Knives Directory link at the top of this page (this link is located directly above the "Product Details" section). Once completed fax the form to us with a copy of your Military/Law Enforcement photo ID.
Not to be carried concealed.
I have to say that despite trepidations of ordering online, my transaction with Oso Grande was absolutely flawless. I emailed Oso Grande about a knife availability and promptly got a response within hours. I proceeded to call and place my order over the phone. A follow up "thank you" email and tracking email was sent to me straight away and the knife, a Spyderco Delica 4 Titanium/Damascus showed up perfectly. Overall, I would be happy to recommend and order from Oso Grande again.
--Howard - Atlanta, GA