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SOG Knives ST-03 SOG-TAC AUTOMATIC - 3.50" Black TiNi Finish Combo Edge Blade - DISCONTINUED ONLY 2 LEFT
SSST-03
Retail: $207.00
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Detailed Description

SOG-TAC AUTOMATICS


For years customers asked SOG Knives to produce a tactical switchblade, or more correctly, an "automatic". To their credit, SOG waited until they got it right, and the end result is the SOG-TAC series.

The SOG-TAC is an tried-and-true design that looks like nothing else. A full-sized knife, yet relatively slim, the SOG-TAC was designed for more than opening the mail. The blade travel is definitely fast, and once open it locks up like a bank vault. The machined 6061-T6 hard-anodized aluminum is inset with grooves, which gives two-fold benefits: it makes the SOG-TAC lighter, and gives you a better, more positive grip. The safety locks the blade in both the open and closed positions. A reversible pocket clip sets the knife deep in your pocket for more "discreet" carry. Another subtle feature is the gorgeous up-swept bowie blade. Not only does the blade look good, but its "full belly" design makes it a true "cutter."

Kudos to SOG Knives, as we think they really got this one right!

    Features:
  • Category End Use: Tactical/Military/Law Enforcement
  • Action Type: Automatic
  • Blade Steel: AUS-8A
  • Rc Hardness: 57-58
  • Blade Style: Upswept Bowie
  • Handle Material: Hard Anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Pocket Clip: Reversible, Removable
  • Blade Length: 3.5"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.125"
  • Length Open: 8.0"
  • Length Closed: 4.5"
  • Weight: 3.80 oz.
  • Made in: U.S.A.

Product Reviews

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Great EDC
Ryan Mill (Coos Bay, OR) 7/18/2010 4:22 PM
I have been carrying this blade for a few months now and really enjoy having it. A few words of caution...First is a note on the pocket clip. The clips low carry design is great but can take a bit practice to get into action quickly. I found that i need to push bottom edge of the clip up to release it from my pocket. Secondly, there is a small corner of the clip that protrudes into the area where the blade rests. This can and in my case lead to a chipped blade. This can be easily fix be removing the clip and grinding the edge off. Lastly the only trouble I'm have with this blade is putting it down. Not only it is a very useful tool, it is extremely entertaining to "play" with.
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