You don't need to be from the Deep South to appreciate the craftsmanship and reliability of a Southern Grind knife. The Southern Grind Bad Monkey is the most popular model from this Peachtree City, Georgia based company, as this drop point folding knife has the functionality, balance and style enthusiasts expect from a fine knife. Zac Brown created Southern Grind Knives, and when he's not making music, he's designing knives that are rugged and dependable just like any tactical tool should be. These American-made knives are hand-assembled from 25 different parts and must meet the approval of the boss before being released to the public.
The Bad Monkey drop point folder has a non-reflective black PVD coated 4-inch blade made of Sandvik's 14C28N stainless steel. This high-carbon steel has small amounts of nitrogen that make it more corrosion-resistant than other mid-range steels while being easy to sharpen to an acute edge. Southern Grind uses an HRC 59-61 version that retains this sharp edge. Take on difficult tasks with the all-around drop point blade and conventional flat grind that are machined using state of the art technology. Zac Brown has licensed the Emerson Blade Wave feature for opening the Bad Monkey as you withdraw it, so you'll instantly be ready for a challenge. It will open smoothly thanks in part to the phosphor bronze bushings in the pivot.
You'll have a firm handle on your Bad Monkey folding knife in all conditions using the textured jade green G10 handle that contrasts the blade. If that wasn't enough, the filed thumb rest on the liners and blade spine provides even more grip for the confidence to complete the task at hand. This quality tactical American-made knife has a liner lock system with titanium liners and spacer pins that provide a secure base. Dual thumb studs are mounted on the blade spine for easy opening with either hand. There are two carry options with either the black PVD coated titanium or the lanyard hole in the handle. The pocket clip is mounted for blade tip-up carry so the blade doesn't accidentally pop open. At 5.25 inches when closed, the Bad Monkey Emerson Drop Point will fit in your pocket without filling it. This black tactical folder has a total length of 9.25 inches to help with finer cuts and a weight of 4.97 ounces so you can control those cuts.
With its premium quality profile and sleek looks, the outdoor drop point folder will be loved by first responders and collectors. The Bad Monkey has lots of sweet angles on the blade and the handle that make for a strong tactical edge in the field. KnifeArt has fast free shipping on this trustworthy knife with prompt service from our knowledgeable staff.
Maker: Southern Grind Knives Designer: Zac Brown
Blade Length: 4" Blade Thickness: 0.13"
Blade Material: Stainless 14C28N Steel with Black PVD Finish Hardness: RHC 59-61
Handle Length: 5.25" Handle Material: Textured Jade Green G-10
Liners: 6AL4V Titanium - Black PVD Coated
Spacer: Titanium Spacer Pins - Black PVD Coated
Overall Length: 9.25"
Weight: 4.97 oz.