Razor Sharp Unlimited Knife Store and Sharpening Service Tampa Florida

Cold Steel 58LAK AK-47 Ultra Lock Folding Knife Drop Point Blade

Cold Steel

Sold out.

This Rare Discontinued Cold Steel 58LAK AK-47 Ultra Lock Folding Knife Drop Point Blade. Built for hard and rugged use, the AK-47® is available in two designs. The first features a handle made with thick aircraft grade aluminum scales. The grip is also equipped with a unique pommel. Made of Grivory®, the pommel features two lanyard holes, and can serve as a "less than lethal" percussion tool in a self-defense situation.

The hollow ground blades are honed by hand until they reach levels of sharpness only seen on a surgeon's scalpel. They're made from Japanese AUS 8A Stainless steel, then vacuum heat treated, and sub zero quenched to make them as tough.  The aluminum handled version comes with a bead blast finish and the G-10 version comes with a black Tuff-Ex coated blade. To complement such an exceptional blade, we have equipped the AK-47® with our Ultra Lock® locking mechanism. The thumb plate has a dual purpose, it allows the knife to be drawn and quickly opened by snagging it on the edge of a pocket or it can be used like a conventional thumb stud for easy one-handed opening.

Specifications

  • Item Number: 58LAK AK-47
  • Ultra Lock™ w/ Ambidextrous
  • Name: AK-47 Clip Point Plain Edge
  • Blade Length: 3/1-2"
  • Blade Thickness: 3.5 mm
  • Overall Length: 9-1/4"
  • Steel: Japanese Aus 8A Stainless w/ Bead Blast Finish
  • Weight: 5.5 oz
  • Handle: 5-5/8" Long  Aluminum
  • Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket / Belt Clip
  • Made in Taiwan

What's the best tang for a kitchen knife?

Many of us have had it drilled into our heads by one pundit or another that the only good tang is a full tang. But that's not necessarily so. For...

Knife collecting guidelines storage purchasing and education

Here are a few guidelines that will enhance the value of your collection. 1. Always try to buy knives in mint or in near mint condition. These will stand a...

What's the difference between honing and sharpening your knives?

What's the difference between honing and sharpening your knives the difference is huge. When honing is no longer effective in bringing the "sharp" back, then it's time for real sharpening....

Newsletter

We promise to only send you good things.