The original "Biscuit" Knife. Cutting Power with a compact design.
Hawaiian knife designer, Chad Los Banos, first caught Boker’s attention with this unique little folding knife. His Subcom series of folding knives was designed to fill even the largest hand with an effective, easily controlled blade, while remaining small enough to "stay out of your way." At just 17/8", the bead blasted AUS-8 stainless steel blade is short enough to satisfy most municipalities. It’s a very people-friendly knife.
The reversible pocket clip and compact size of this framelock make for an ideal money clip. But it’s no novelty. An ambidextrous thumb stud makes the Subcom F easy to operate with one hand. Its ergonomic design, with thumb and palm index ramps plus a deep finger choil, provides a secure grip and superior control for tough—or very delicate—cutting tasks. The durable FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handle on the front side is textured and grooved to minimize slippage. The sturdy frame lock on the clip side keeps the blade firmly in place.
Whether you see it as big, or small, the Subcom F offers enough blade to get the job done. This unique folder has gone through extensive evaluation and field testing, receiving outstanding appraisals for military, self-defense, outdoor, and general applications. Carry it as a money clip…and use it as a handy pocket knife—or a formidable backup weapon. It not only fills your hand, it’s sure to fill the bill.
Reversible pocket clip and high-performance framelock make this an ideal compact knife for everyday carry and back-up self-defense… that can masquerade as a money clip.
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