The blade folds into a handle. It goes in your pocket. Pretty simple, right?
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I tend to like thumb holes, which be round or stylized. They give me a little positional flexibility, compared to thumb studs, and often allow for quick one-handed opening. Both of my Benchmade mini Griptilians have thumb holes — the newest version reviewed hereand the earlier model that I also reviewed here.
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Pocket knives serve a variety of functions on camping trips and backpacking excursions. The design of the pocket knife allows you to fold the blade into the handle for safe storage. Certain pocket knives feature a locking mechanism that secures the blade in the open position. Pocket knife manufacturers produce easy-to-open knives that feature a thumb stud near the bottom of the blade.
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This application is a continuation-in-part of U. Folding knives are common types of cutlery instruments which provide a handle for grasping a cutting implement and a sharp knife edge for cutting purposes. Folding knives have long been desirable for their inherent functionality of providing a shortened overall stored position where the blade is safely positioned inside a portion of the handle. Lock-blade knives provide a certain amount of protection where one of a variety of locking type methods keeps the blade in the open position without or at least limiting the risk of having the blade close onto the fingers of the individual grasping the handle.