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MTech Ballistic Assisted Open Rescue Knife

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The MTA915 is a spring-assisted flipper knife from MTech USA’s Ballistic series. This aggressive folder is ideal for everyday carry tasks and also serves as a capable emergency rescue tool. In addition to 3.5mm stainless steel recurve blade, this knife comes equipped with a safety belt cutter as well as a glass breaker in the handle. Using either the flipper fin or ambidextrous thumb studs, the blade shoots open in the blink of an eye.

Why choose this knife?

  • Recurve blade has extended cutting edge
  • Spring-assisted open provides rapid blade access
  • Finger choil improves handle grip
  • Belt cutter in handle makes safe cuts
  • Glass breaker also functions as a lanyard hole

Why not?

  • Coloured liner may not appeal to tactical users
  • Does not come with replacement blades for the belt cutter
  • Pocket clip position cannot be adjusted

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Pro tip:
The safety cutter, also known as a strap or seatbelt cutter, is a bladed groove found in the handle of tactical, rescue, and survival knives. It allows for safe and easy cutting of thin material like paracord, fishing line, bag straps, and seat belts. They are especially useful in survival situations when accessing the full blade could be dangerous.



Knife Edge:Plain Edge

Steel:Stainless Steel

Blade Length:3.3 inch

Handle Length:4.5"

Handle Material:Aluminum

Best Use:Everyday Carry

Blade Style:Clip Point

Blade Finish:Black

Blade Thickness:0.138"

Knife Hand:Right Hand

Knife Type:Folding

Knife Clip:Tip-Down

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