S2G Tactical Small 7" OTF Bullet HK Automatic Knife - 6 Blade Options

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Small 7 inch Bullet OTF Automatic Knife S2G Tactical Knives (formerly Delta Force) - Assorted blades. A well made Automatic "Out-The-Front" Knife (aka switchblade), with a smooth and satisfying blade action. This OTF is a more Compact Slim design to the larger Delta Force models, made from the same quality materials... and is equally Tough.

***Very LIMITED quantity, don't let these bullets pass you by... they WILL sell out!

  • This model features a Black Anodized Aluminum handle, with a rubberized No Slip Grip.
  • Integrated Glass Breaker "aka Skull Crusher" in the base of the handle. Torx #6 Grade 8 Body Screws.
  • Offers an INCREDIBLY sharp, Stylish Tanto, Single or Double Edge blades with a 2-tone finish and Blood Groove.
  • Blade Material: 440C High Carbon Stainless Steel, Thickness: 3mm  Hardness: 58 HRC
  • Removable Stainless Steel Pocket Clip branding our very own S2G Tactical logo (pictures show Delta Force). Solid Stainless Steel Trigger Chassis.
  • Overall Length: 7"  Blade Length: 2.75"  Handle Length: 4.1"  Weighing in at approx.  4.4 oz. Small Tactical Nylon Sheath Included.


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    Glen Butler
    Little knife

    I like the size of the knife, the action is smooth and works well

    Eric Parker

    Delta Force Small 7" OTF Bullet HK Automatic Knife - 6 Blade Options

    Aric Brophy
    OTF Knife

    Nice well built knife. Blade is a little loose while deployed. All in all well built.

    Daniel Bourbeau

    Delta Force Small 7" OTF Bullet HK Automatic Knife - 6 Blade Options

    More like a letter opener.

    I really like the feel and action of this knife but it has to be the dullest knife I've ever bought. Paper crumbles, plastic stretches.

    As I try to get an edge on it, most of the blade color is rubbing off, which isn't a big deal.. but still dull as hell.

    I'll try grinding next and hope to salvage some kind of practical use out of it.

    The dagger style is meant to be a stabbing knife, not a slicer. I just tested to compare, and the single edge definitely has a greater angle for the edge grind.... as single edge is designed to be more of a slicing blade. In a steel can stab n jab test (forged in fire reference), your double edge will be far superior. In a paper slice test, the single edge will win.... so it all depends on what your purpose is. Either way you should be able to dress up the edge if you prefer with a few drags through a pocket sharpener.