How to Close a 325s Tactical Survival Knife

How To Close A 325s Tactical Survival Knife

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to close a 325s tactical survival knife, you’re in luck. This article will explain to you what you need to know to do it right. You’ll learn about the tools you need, the right way to cut, and where to get them.

Cord cutter

In today’s day and age, the best way to survive the zombie apocalypse is to not be caught unprepared. The best way to ensure this is to have a well stocked tactical survival kit. One of the items in the kit is the TRS 325S Tactical Survival folding knife. It’s a spring assisted folding knife with a 3.25 inch drop point serrated blade. This model also comes with a MOLLE compatible sheath.

To round out the package, the manufacturer includes a nice quality sheath with a built in patented sharpener. This low profile sheath features two straps for the ultimate in convenience. With this sheath in tow, you have everything you need to survive the zombie apocalypse, including a cord cutter and an LMF knife. XL Paracord XL Paracord is another name to remember if you’re looking to add a little flair to your daily carry. As for what it does, the handle is made of 7 strand nylon paracord, which is pretty cool.

Glass breaker

If you are looking for an everyday carry knife that has a glass breaker, you should consider the TRS 325S Tactical Survival Knife. It comes with a hard sheath, a spring assisted folding knife, a glass breaker, a cord cutter, and a pocket clip.

The 325S is designed with a combination edged drop point blade and a glass breaker. It also includes dual thumb studs and a flipper. The blade is made from stainless steel and black oxide coated.

The knife features a deep-carry pocket clip, AXIS Assist, ambidextrous thumb studs, and a safety lock on the handle back. One-handed deployment is also available.

For extra traction, the knife’s grip is crafted with G10 handles. It also has a liner lock to prevent the user from accidentally opening the blade.

The 325S is designed for a wide range of applications. You can use the knife to break through glass, wire, rope, and even packages. The blade is a serrated edge that can be used for sawing through wood.

Repair a pocket knife that won’t close

You can’t expect your tactical survival knife to last forever, but there are some tips and tricks you can employ to extend the life of your blade. The most basic of these is to store your pocketknife in a dry and dusty place, and to always use your knife with a soft touch. Also, you should keep in mind that you will need to replace your sheath as the seasons change.

As for the contents of your pocketknife, you should take note that modern steels are capable of handling a good number of cutting tasks. If you happen to find yourself stuck in the sands of time, you can always lash together some paracord to serve as a makeshift shelter. This should be an easy enough feat, assuming you’ve already got the right gear.

While you’re at it, try to figure out what kind of material your sheath is made of. Nylon is an obvious no-no, so it’s probably best to opt for a tougher stout like Kydex. Alternatively, if your budget allows, you can even splurge on some high-end leather.

Ken Onion

Ken Onion is an innovative knifemaker whose work has revolutionized the industry. Born in 1963, he hails from Kaneohe, Hawaii, and invented the SpeedSafe assisted opening mechanism for Kershaw Knives - earning him a position as Premier Knife Designer with them.

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