When Danger Unfolds, It Does Too.
A folding tactical knife with patented OutBurst® assisted opening and AutoLAWKS™ safety, this knife is ready when the action heats up.
The Hissatsu™ Folder was designed by James Williams, of Encinitas, CA for times when a military special operations or security professional are in environments where they need to be discreet to ensure their own safety. Firing off loud firearms or carrying large blades while performing high-risk duties isn't always an option. Now there is an alternative: the Hissatsu™ Folder. This tactical folding knife can be concealed in a pocket or clipped comfortably under a jacket, and later be deployed for a whole lot of defensive power.
The blade shape is a classical Samurai modified tanto design that gives outstanding penetrating power as well as exceptional slashing performance. It features a premium AUS 8 stainless steel blade for optimal strength and edge-holding ability with good corrosion resistance. Meanwhile, a non-reflective black coating helps it keep a low profile during dark conditions. With a blade length of 3.875" it's safely under the legal limit in most jurisdictions, but it goes way over on performance.
Like you, the knife is ready to spring into defense mode after being opened approximately 30º with our patented OutBurst®assisted opening mechanism. Then it locks automatically into the open position courtesy of our patented AutoLAWKS™ safety that creates a virtual fixed blade. Something good to keep in mind when you have the bad guys breathing down your neck, face or wherever they're a bit too close. To meet jurisdictional regulations, the OutBurst® spring mechanism can be easily disabled with a single set screw.
The handle has a few tricks up its heavy-duty sleeve too with a beefy InterFrame build with stainless steel liners that locks on one side and black glass-reinforced nylon scales that are textured to provide a secure grip. A thumb disk allows rapid opening with either hand, and the custom black stainless steel clip can be quickly and easily mounted right or left-handed with a single screw, yielding a knife that is truly ambidextrous.