Hogue joined forced with Sig Sauer to bring a folding knife to the market to match Sig's popular P320 pistol. Fittingly named the K320, this knife has since been upgraded. Introducing the K320 AXG, boasting aluminum an frame with varying grip inserts depending on the sub-model: the Classic has a walnut wood insert, the Scorpion has a green G-Mascus insert, and the Nitron has a black G-10 insert. It features manual opening action with Hogue's sturdy ABLE lock. Each knife comes complete with a ridged pocket clip to make drawing the knife from your pocket easier.
The Hogue Sig Sauer K320 is available in several color arrangement with different materials. Pick out your favorite!
I see a lot of videos comparing this to the Shaman, but the dimensions and price are very close to the G10 Manix 2, which is also fully ambi. Pros: + Value. I think this knife feels like a more premium Manix 2 and compares well against it's American made competitors. Great design, materials and features. + Build quality. Wow. My example came with absolutely perfect fit and finish to my eye! Also, probably the sharpest edge I have seen out of the box. The pivot was a little stiff, but quickly broke in very nicely. + FULLY ambidextrous! Thank you designers. (minor)Cons: -Pocket clip. I feel like any premium knife should come with a countersunk pocket clip and screws these days. -Deployment action. Deployment feels slightly sluggish even after break in. I would prefer if the thumb hole were larger and with sharper edges. Maybe a stronger detent would make it snappier? All-in-all, a great knife. Cheers!