Columbia River CRKT Ikoma Linchpin Flipper Deadbolt Lock Folding Knife (3.74 Inch Black Veff Serrated Combo Blade) Black GRN Handle 5406K

  • Overall Length: 8.88 in.
  • Blade Length: 3.73 in.
  • Cutting Edge Length: 3.50 in.
  • Blade Thickness: 0.151 in.
  • Blade Material: 1.4116 Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style: Sheepsfoot
  • Blade Grind: Hollow Ground
  • Blade Finish: Black
  • Edge Type: Veff Serrations ComboEdge
  • Handle Length: 5.261 in.
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  • Handle Material: GRN
  • Handle Color: Black
  • Frame/Liner: Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 6.20 oz.
  • Carry Method: Pocket Clip (Right/Left - Tip Up)
  • Knife Type: Manual Opening Folder
  • Opening Mechanism: Flipper
  • Locking Mechanism: DeadBolt Lock
  • Brand: CRKT
  • Designer: Flavio Ikoma
  • Model: Linchpin
  • Model Number: 5406K
  • Country of Origin: China
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    Hot on the heels of the Seismic™, Flavio Ikoma is at it again with a solid, no-nonsense everyday carry folding knife built on utility without compromising on aesthetics. The defining feature: Deadbolt®. Put it to the big jobs—dig into a seitan steak or carve a wooden stake—and it won’t flinch.

    Flavio dreams up the big ideas in his shop in Presidente Prudente, Brazil. Deadbolt® is quite possibly the most impactful. Topping charts on both strength and usability, it’s strong enough to withstand any daily job and so simple it’s practically built with a user manual. The Linchpin™ shows it off with a 3.7 inch stainless steel modified sheepsfoot blade with a black PVD coating. Equipped with Veff Serrations™, it breezily mows through cord, rope, and fibrous materials. The prominent flipper deploys the blade from between the ergonomic glass-reinforced handle. The smooth, fast action is thanks to IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system. Watch it laugh in the face of the toughest daily to-do.

    How Deadbolt® Works. Steel bolts interlock with the blade when it’s deployed to yield incredible strength. A prominent button sits at the pivot point for simple, intuitive disengagement without fingers crossing the path of the blade.