When you need a little something sharp and snappy, this wicked-edged blade from Finch Knife Co. will more than do. Named after the old-timey flintlock pistol, and designed with the golden age of piracy in mind, the Flint is a handsome, classic pocket knife that is at home on the campground as well as in a business meeting. That's what happens when you're beautiful and useful: you are welcome everywhere.
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I buy a fair number of knives each month anywhere from $40 to $300, and most usually disappoint me in some way. This knife did not disappoint. The build quality is excellent, and the knife is a work of art. The scales are awesome and a big change from anything else I own. The action of this knife is also excellent. The blade easily flips open and the frame lock is easy to [purposely] disengage. I was worried I would not like the blade length and think it was too short, but it is perfect for this knife. I also love the grind. Most of my knives are flat grinds, so this blade is another thing that stands out. This knife is absolutely worth the price.