Bad Blood Knives Fire Splitter Folding 3-7/8" 8Cr14 Stainless Blade, G10 Handles - BB0101K


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BD0101K: Fire Splitter
Bad Blood Knives
Wicked thick stainless steel blades, textured G10 handles, deep carry pocket clips, functional blade shapes - what's not to like about the Bad Blood Folding Knives? Produced by Hallmark Cutlery and designed by custom knifemaker Sean Kendrick, Bad Blood is a new brand looking to find a niche in the tactical folding market. The quality is definitely there on these knives with excellent quality control coming from China. Their stout blades, excellent designs, good ergonomics, and superb fit and finish make these knives serious contenders for your duty gear considerations. Best of all, the price point for these Bad Blood knives makes them, hands down, some of the best bangs-for-the-buck on the market today.
  • Stainless steel pocket clip
  • Torx screw construction
  • Full steel liners
  • Liner lock mechanism
  • Blade Length: 3-7/8"
  • Blade: 8Cr14 Stainless Steel, Saber Ground
  • Overall Length: 9-1/4"
  • Handle Material: Textured G10
  • Weight: 9.6 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 810776013438

Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
3.600 (10 reviews)
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1 out of 5
Dec 10, 2017
I had the knife for one day and it broke. One day
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Knol's Knives
Whitewater, Wi.
Dec 29, 2014
Pros: Lock Ease of Use, Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Lock Type
Bad Blood... bad knives.
I bought five of these knives to test this summer past. Three fixed blades and two folders. One fixed blade I was using to cut undergrowth went into a branch and split the blade in half. I attribute this to poor heat treating and tempering. If one blank is treated this way they all are. The other fixed blades survived and I have re - sharpened them several times as they do not hold a edge longer than two days. The folders I used for picnics, food prep and digging claim and mussels on weekends. Again the quality of heat treating shone through by the blades needing constant touch up. In closing my test I would never recommend these "Frost Cutlery" style value knives as a bargain or safe to use. Spending a bit more money on a reputable maker like Spyderco or Benchmade of almost the same money you get a long lasting tool with safety and reliability.
1 out of 5
Thomas M
Miami, FL
Aug 29, 2014
Worst Ever
I bought this knife because the specs looked good and the knife looked great. The knife had a comfortable feel and a nice weight to it. It's almost irresistible to keep from flipping it open constantly. (Which, if you don't do this the first couple of days after you buy any knife, then you're weird.) However, upon the third day the inner mechanism that stops the blade from going backwards onto the handle broke. Apparently it is made of plastic. This poor construction renders these knives useless in any application.
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