Kizer Jernigan Wakulla Clip Point Frame Lock Knife Ti (3..5" Satin) Ki4497A2

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MSRP: $268.00
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:7.875"
  • Blade Length:3.50"
  • Blade Thickness:0.11"
  • Blade Material:CPM-S35VN
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.375"
  • Handle Thickness:0.42"
  • Handle Material:Titanium
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:3.84 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Frame Lock
  • Brand:Kizer
  • Model:Wakulla
  • Model Number:Ki4497A2
  • Designer:Steve Jernigan
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

This Wakulla model is outfitted with a satin finished clip point blade and a titanium handle. The Kizer Wakulla was designed by Steve Jernigan for lightweight tactical carry. Named after the largest freshwater spring in the world, the Wakulla offers a flowing streamlined design with rock solid titanium construction. The handle has a milled section for improved grip and added style, with an integral lanyard hole and a convenient pocket clip.

Features:
  • Titanium frame lock handle for lightweight strength and durability.
  • Dual thumb studs offer ambidextrous blade deployment.
  • CPM-S35VN steel provides a high performance cutting edge with excellent corrosion resistance.
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Kind of hard to flip, awkward blade to handle shape
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Lyle K.
01-20-2018
Good satin finished titanium handle, good materials used, s35vn. But feels kind of flimsy in the hand, feels cheapish.
Flipping mechanism is kind of gimmicky - I see no reason to not leave a little flipper at the back of knife, the force applied there has the most advantage leverage in throwing the blade out. Now with the little bump gimps on the top of the blade, you have to pinch the knife really hard and pull back to try to get the blade out. It hurts the index finger to try to do this frequently because of how rough finished the gimping is.
The detent is weak because of this issue and it still doesn't flip great.
There's no finger choil to help with grip at all, take a look at the pictures, the front of the knife looks like it's missing something, and your fingers can easily slide forward onto the blade. I wish they didn't make the opened knife look so assymetric.