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- Outburst® Assisted Opening
- Locking Liner Safety
- G10 Handles
|Blade Length||3.125" (79.38 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.122" (3.1 mm)|
|Closed Length||4" (101.6 mm)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
|Overall Length||7" (177.8 mm)|
The result is the CRKT® Heiho. This model incorporates our Outburst® assisted opening mechanism, which instantly springs the blade fully open after you have opened the blade approximately 30 degrees.
The Heiho uses our stainless steel InterFrame build with stainless steel liners, one locking, and textured G10® scales that are machined with Japanese kanji characters that signify ôStrategy- system of strategy." A thumb disk allows rapid opening with either hand, and the custom stainless steel clip can be quickly and easily mounted right- or left-handed with a single screw, yielding knives that are truly ambidextrous.
The CRKT® locking liner safety innovation adds an ingenious layer of safety to your folding knife. The safety sets a pin between the locking liner and the frame. This pin acts as an additional layer of safety, so the locking liner is less likely to disengage during use.
To engage the safety, push the manual safety lever forward. To close the knife, pull the manual lever back, slide the locking liner over, and fold the blade into the closed position. Many CRKT® folders feature this innovative safety system.
This tactical folder is overbuilt to last. For those who have a need to use them, this is as much defensive security as you can find in a small tactical folder.
You don’t want to mess with Sensei James Williams. Trust us. A former U.S. Army officer with more than 50 years of experience in the martial arts, he developed The System of Strategy. It’s a unique approach to unarmed combat that he teaches to Special Operations units and law enforcement worldwide. When he is armed, though, you’ll find him brandishing blades he’s created, like the Hisshou® and Hissatsu™ fixed blades, the Shizuka noh Ken™, and the now-legendary Hissatsu™ folder.