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Hogue Elishewitz A01-Microswitch Automatic Folding Knife 24117 Drop Point Matte Black Knife.  This Hogue Automatic knife is overall open length 6.6 inches with a 2.75 inch drop point hollow grind blade.  This Hogue Knife has a 3.85 inch matte black handle.  It is a push button opening for a right hand user with a tip down and MADE IN THE USA!  It weighs in at 2.9 oz. It is an Allen Elishewitz design.
Knives by Hogue, Inc., is a proud family tradition of American quality and innovation since 1968. Every Hogue product is built in the spirit of fine craftsmanship, attention to detail and complete dedication to the legacy of founder Guy Hogue.

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This is the Hogue Elishewitz A01-Microswitch Automatic Folding Knife 24117 Drop Point Tumbled Matte Black Knife.  Hogue Automatics offer impressive speed and exceptional reliability. The A01-Microswitch is another addition to Hogue's quality line of automatic folding knives. It has a 2.75" Black finish Drop Point blade and a 3.85 inch matte black FDE aluminum handles. Overall open length is 6.6 inches.  It weighs in at 2.9 ounces.  The Microswitch's unique patent-pending blade retention device allows for one-handed deployment and closure without placing the hand in the path of the blade. It comes with manual safety that locks the knife both open and closed to prevent misfiring.

Deployment is based around a strong, custom designed, over sized coil spring that has been extensively tested and integrated to provide force along the pivot's entire range of motion. The result is an automatic knife that kicks open with authority every time you call on it. Each knife is individually tested by Hogue and laser etched with a unique serial number before it bears the Hogue name.