Cold Steel Pocket Bushman Ram Safe Lock Knife (4.5" Stonewash) 95FBC

MSRP: $54.99
Our Price: $34.95
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Item #BHQ-2584

Specifications

  • Overall Length:10.25"
  • Blade Length:4.50"
  • Blade Thickness:0.14"
  • Blade Material:CTS-BD1
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.75"
  • Handle Material:Stainless Steel
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:6.10 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Thumb Stud
  • Lock Type:Ram Safe
  • Brand:Cold Steel
  • Model:Pocket Bushman
  • Model Number:95FBC
  • Designer:Andrew Demko
  • Country of Origin:Taiwan
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

Cold Steel's Pocket Bushman knife is an incredibly strong and well-built folder. What makes the Bushman so strong is the mono block construction method and the new patent pending Ram Safe lock, designed by Andrew Demko. It features a unique, self adjusting ram that moves forward as the knife is opened and wedges itself tightly between the tang cut away. Itís powered by a strong compression spring that urges the ram forward and makes for incredibly strong lock up.

The Pocket Bushman has a stonewash finished Carpenter CTS-BD1 stainless steel blade. The handle is bead blast finished 420 stainless steel that is folded in half. The handle is contoured for great fit and has a reversible tip-up pocket clip and lanyard.

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Johnathon S.
12-08-2015
I was surprised by how fast this knife grew on me. It's light for its size, lockup is great and gives you confidence. This was also my first experience with bd1 steel and for a budget steel it might be my favorite. Easy to put and keep an edge on. Polishs nicely. Handle is thin in the pocket and nice and smooth so its easy to grab things out of your pocket. All and all this is a great knife for the price. It's so cheap it can't hurt to try. Only con is it takes practice to close fast( doesn't require much effort to learn).