CRKT 7904 Hammond Cruiser, Black Handle, Satin PlainEdge. The Hammond Cruiser is a full-size manual folding knife with a solid build and feel. The bead blast finished clip point blade is 1/8 in. thick with a plain multi-use edge and can be opened with the flipper or dual ambidextrous thumb studs. The honeycomb textured Zytel scales sit atop a steel liner lock frame; both are well shaped for an excellent grip with well-positioned finger grooves. Includes the CRKT LAWKS safety, which turns the folder into a virtual fixed blade. The pocket clip is four-way reversible for left or right handed tip-up or down carry.
- Overall Length: 9 in.
- Blade Length: 3.75 in.
- Closed Length: 5.25 in.
- Pocket Clip: 4 Position Clip
- Weight: 6 oz.
Well made. Durable. Excellent everyday carry knife.
This is a good heavy duty knife for a great price. I have purchased a lot of CRKT knives because of their innovative safeties and custom designs.
I love this Knife. I have had one everysince my deployment to Middle East in 07. I just bought 3 more.
What a deal! Great duty knife. Bought two.
This is a super knife! Large, solid, the handle feels secure and the lockup is solid. It's the best balanced large knife I own. There is amazing value for the price. This knife is superior to virtually any knife in it's price range and beyond. I highly recommend it! Hope this helps.
I use this knife as an everyday beater. The price was phenomenal and I use it for all sorts of nasty cutting jobs and save my expensive blades for other things. Despite the hard use (abuse) I've put it through it keeps coming back for more.
The price is the only thing cheap on this knife. It is well constructed, blade and liner lock is solid. This is not a small knife, it's heavy and built like a tank and will endure alot of hard use. The handles are thick and textured for a good feel / grip in the hand, but you definately know there is a knife in your pocket.
Blade steel is adequate, holding and taking an edge well. The "flipper" on the back of the blade works so well that there is no need for any mechanical assistance, or the thumb stud for that matter. The only issue I've had with this knife is that the liner was hard to push to the side to close the blade after being "snapped" open agressively. This went away after use / break-in. Of course there are better knives out there but for the money I think it's the best deal going. I give it a five star rating.