The Rapid Knife from Tekto Gear
Compactness and lightness are the two main staples to any quality piece of EDC — if you can add speed and efficiency, even better. The Rapid from Tekto Gear is an excellent candidate to replace the current folding knife in your carry collection. The lightning-fast out-the-front blade deploys the instant you need it and retracts just as easily. The Rapid features a non-slip aluminum alloy handle tipped with a window glass breaker and backed by a hip clip; the blade is serrated for maximum versatility. Use the discount code ‘GearPatrol25’ and Tekto Gear will give you a 25% discount on the Rapid knife, which is good for 20 days beginning April 10.
Note: Owning and carrying an automatic knife isn’t legal in every state due to the Federal Switchblade Act. You can check how the law works in your state here.
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