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Ausus Knife

$49.99
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Description

Description

A premium micarta folding knife that boasts old school ruggedness in a modern design!

Featuring canvas micarta handles for a luxurious look and feel, a super strong and razor sharp D2 steel drop-point blade, oversized thumb studs and a low profile tip-up pocket clip.

The Ausus is ready to become your new go-to EDC knife!

 

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Reviews

Reviews (12)

Chris S 24th Dec 2018

Very impressed.

I make knives, I use knives, I teach people how to use knives in martial and survival settings. I came across this knife after a student of mine purchased me a Stat Gear tactical pen. I was so impressed with the pen and it’s design that I looked into their other products. Now I must say until I was given the pen as a gift, I never took pens as a serious self defense tool. But SG changed my mind. Coming across the Ausus I was curious if there knives would excite me as much as the pen. Upon opening the box and pulling the Ausus out I knew I was going to be happy. However, once I flipped the thumb stud and it flew open like butter... I was very impressed. This knife does not disappoint. From the miacarta handles to the d2 blade and smooth ball bearing opening... just wow. Funny story, I actually put it through my ankle straight to the bone, super clean cut, couldn’t even feel it! Butter! This knife is impeccable! Now also keep in mind my EDC is normally a spyderco, Emerson, or benchmande. This knife will be replacing those for time to come!

Dustin Combs 8th Aug 2018

Ausus X2

First Ausus, black satin, is a great knife with one issue.... getting the centering spot on, I just can't get it there. Second Ausus, black black, has no issues with the centering but does have issues with the detent. It's lighter than I would like and a couple heavy shakes will get it to unfold. Doesn't look like the detent ball sits in the hole enough. The dlc on the blade is also not perfect with several imperfections, but they're not bad enough to ruin the knife for me. I'd still recommend this as one of the greatest knives under $50.

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