This Flash AT-XR has a civic cyan handle and a partially serrated dark gray blade.
The SOG Flash is a well known classic, and it just got a major facelift. Now it has the AT-XR lock for easy and reliable one hand opening, and a cryogenically heat treated D2 blade for great edge retention and wear resistance. This lightweight knife has a deep ride pocket clip, so you'll forget it's there. When you need it, however, it's quick to action with the thumb stud and the assisted action.Features:
I collect knives; benchmade, microtech, protech, boker, etc. This is a good knife for the price. The reviews said it opened well but mine was VERY hard to open. A lot of force. Even after grabbing the blade and manipulating it a lot to break it in. It has a good weight, not too light or heavy. Even though the scales are plastic they feel good and I like the grip. The The pocket clip is nice too. I took the knife apart and shaved off just a hair from the notch on the blade pivot area that traps the AT-XR lock pin. Now it opens easily and fast. The bade also had a lot of side to side play and needed to be tightened. The back safety internal plate has rough edges and it catches just before it fully engages. It disengages fine. I guess my point is that it badly needed a tune up. Which I did but you may not want, or be able, to do. Now the knife functions pretty well (except the safety) and I do really like it (now). You may get a good one but mine needed some work. I saw a review that said the blade was tight and it opened easily. Mine did not. Again, it's good ...for the money.