COPACETIC™
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COPACETIC™

Designed by Larry Hanks in Smith Valley, Nevada
It carries like a pistol, but acts like a rifle.

This tactical folder, inspired by the famous Adaptive Combat Rifle™ by Bushmaster®, stands up to the grittiest challenge. Its smart carry capabilities keep it close at hand when it needs to be a last resort.
  • Flipper Opening
  • Black Oxide Finish
  • Textured Handles for Exceptional Grip
$39.99
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Blade Length3.054" (77.57 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, HRC 58-60
Blade FinishBlack Oxide
Blade Thickness0.115" (2.92 mm)
Closed Length4.551" (115.6 mm)
Weight4.7 oz
HandleHandle - Polypropylene with Glass Fiber; Inlay - Thermoplastic Elastomer
StyleFolding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length7.625" (193.68 mm)
It carries like a pistol, but acts like a rifle.

This tactical folder, inspired by the famous Adaptive Combat Rifle™ by Bushmaster®, stands up to the grittiest challenge. Its smart carry capabilities keep it close at hand when it needs to be a last resort.

Famous tattoo artist turned knife designer, Larry Hanks, designed the Copacetic™ in his shop in Smith Valley, Nevada. His fascination with combat rifles served as inspiration for this burly folder, and it’s certainly one that scopes out and locks in on its target.

The blade is outfitted with a black oxide finish for corrosion resistance and non-reflection in tactical situations. The flipper opening is remarkably swift and deploys the blade smoothly from the black glass-reinforced nylon handle. Get your hands on the textured grips and lock in confidence in hand regardless of the circumstance.

There’s a reason why this blade is named the Copacetic™—it was made in excellent order and built to perform that way from your backyard to the battlefield.
Larry Hanks

Larry Hanks

Smith Valley, Nevada 

Practically born a woodworker, Larry Hanks’ talents flowed into jewelry design and foundry work, and culminated in a decorated career as a tattoo artist. Then he met Ken Onion. Larry’s knife engraving was so skilled that Ken Onion enlisted his talents shortly after they met, and now they’ve been working together for over 20 years. It wasn’t until four short years ago that Larry took on his own projects. The progression was natural, and there’s no doubt around here that his knifemaking career will soon eclipse his tattooing career.

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