Pro-Tech TR-3 Integrity Damascus Folder

Pro-Tech 7721DAM TR-3

Pro-Tech TR-3 Integrity Damascus Folder

The TR-3 is one of only a handful of manual action knives Pro-Tech manufactures and it’s a shame there aren’t more. This is an ideal tactical and EDC choice, though many would consider it a “Safe Queen” – meaning it will only beautify your storage collection. What a shame that would be as well. Not only is this one good looking knife but it’s built to some extremely tight tolerances and has some very well thought-out features. A nicely contoured handle with superb jimping locks the knife into your hand and an adequate cut-out makes using the single thumb stud a breeze. I’ts a flow though design with a very cool looking frame lock. There isn’t much Titanium removed when laser-cutting the lock which makes for a better wearing, as well as better looking lock. An extremely functional drop point blade, blue anodized accents and pocket clip, and of course the Damascus blade make this knife a beautiful folder limited to only 40 pieces. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.

Description
PRO7721DAM: TR-3 Damascus Manual Integrity Folding Knife
Pro-Tech KnivesThis beautiful folding knife by Pro-Tech Knives features a 3.5″ Chad Nichols Stainless Damascus blade and blue accented full Titanium handles. The blade opens extremely smooth using the single thumb stud, it absolutely flies out of the handle, just like all Pro-Tech AUTO knives. The thumb stud allows for easy one hand opening and the button only works to unlock the blade from the open position. The titanium handles are ever so slightly blue anodized and feature a strong frame lock mechanism which makes this knife a great tactical folder. Limited production of only 40 pieces.

Specifications

  • Blade Length: 3.5″
  • Thickness: 0.125″
  • Blade Steel: Chad Nichols Stainless Damascus
  • Handle Length: 4.5″
  • Thickness: 0.5″
  • Handle Material: Blue Accented Titanium
  • Includes Nylon Sheath
  • Weight: 4.6 oz.
  • Made in USA
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Ryan