TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman’s Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed

  • TAC Force TF-705 Series Assisted Opening Tactical Folding Knife
TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman's Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed

TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman's Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed Add to cart

Amazon Price: $7.86 $7.85 You save: $0.01 (%). (as of December 14, 2016 9:11 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The TAC Force Assisted Opening Gentleman's Folding Knife (model TF-469) includes a black straight edge blade and a brown pakkawood manage, with a 4-inch closed length. Offering easy one-handed implementation, this spring helped open folding knife locks safely into place with making use of its liner lock. This knife includes a 3-inch, 3mm thick stainless steel blade. The pakkawood overlay deal with includes a stunning element of nature to this gentleman's styled pocket knife. It also has a pocket clip for simple and safe bring. TAC Force designs spring assist folding knives that offer the quick implementation preferred by EMTs, Fire/Rescue, and very first responders. They're offered in a wide range of designs– from searching to tactical and collectibles to fantasy.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B003IX11YA
  • Item model number: TF-469

Customer Reviews

Worth TEN Times The Price!

177 people found this helpful.
 on September 21, 2012
By Greg Barden
I have been a knife collector for many years, and I own some of the best knives made, (now and years before this), so trust me when I say I ADORE this knife! When I buy a knife of this price range I don’t expect a great deal … I DO expect a certain amount of quality in ANY knife, as reputable companies have to put their name behind their products, and so can only “cut corners” in so many places, but I don’t expect to enjoy or appraise a $6.89 knife anywhere near as much as a $75 (or more) knife.

Solid knife for the price

68 people found this helpful.
 on November 6, 2012
By Seth Quackenbush
I just got this knife the other day, and I was pretty impressed. The first thing I noticed was the heft of the knife, considering the price. It weighs about as much as a roll of quarters, and feels really sturdy in my hand.

Just Buy It

59 people found this helpful.
 on November 22, 2014
By Andrew Schneider
This knife is just sick, and when I got it in the mail I couldn’t put it down. Good quality, ultra fresh and classy look to it. Heavy (Which is good for reliability and Durability) Pretty Ergonomic handle for gripping. I recommend it, and for its price there isn’t a thing I’d rather get.

Awesome knife at an unbeatable price!

29 people found this helpful.
 on November 9, 2015
By Smgovea
Awesome knife at an unbeatable price!

Excellent ‘take-me-everywhere’ blade.

30 people found this helpful.
 on November 27, 2015
By Ingenuous
I’m not out in the woods every day. I just need to cut tape, string, packages, wrapping, that sort of thing. You know, basic urban needs. When I get the heck out of the city and out into someplace a little more wild, sure, I’ll get a bigger knife with better steel. But for a nine-to-five warehouse worker, who takes the bus and walks a lot? Excellent little take-me-everywhere blade.

good knife for the price

19 people found this helpful.
 on November 25, 2012
By Jonathan Porter
for only costing a few bucks, this is a great knife. i’ve had it for a few weeks and its held up really well. the spring action is a little slower than some spring-assisted knives i’ve had from tac-force, but its still a good knife, and it looks classy as well

How to Adjust The Tension Setting For The TAC Force TF-469

2 people found this helpful.
 on June 13, 2016
By Will R
This is a great EDC knife. It’s probably my favorite folder for 2016. On top of that, you can’t beat the under $10.00 price for this. I usually do my research and read the lower rating on all the products I buy. With that being said…

Great Knife After Screw Fix.

7 people found this helpful.
 on October 4, 2015
By J. Marchuk
Great Knife for the price, or even several times the price. The design is stable, and works as it should. The blade is of 440 steel, preferred for knife blades. As for the loose screw problem(the small one on the side without the clip right behind the pivot on the steel plate) many have had with this knife I found the trouble to be that the scew is just too short and the doesn’t reach the thread in the second plate of the two plates it screws into. Only one thread of the screw grabs(if you try to tighten this screw it will strip the screw but not the socket). It comes loose easily and lets the metal plate slide. Eventually, this sliding loosens the pivot screw as well. Using locktite helped for a short period but doesn’t last. I found some other screws, in my old screw junk box, that had the same thread and were a little longer. I screwed it into the knife and it fit the threads in the second plate perfectly and would tighten up. I actually had to file the screw shaft a bit to keep it from protruding into the area where the blade slides by. The whole operation, taking out the old screw, filing the end of the new one to get it the proper length, and screwing it all back together took about 10 minutes. The problem of the loose screw no longer exists on my knife. All the other screws are tight and haven’t loosened up. Fixing this screw issue transformed this knife into a ‘could’ve been a great knife’ to ‘ a great knife’ . It is really an easy fix and makes your $7.00 knife worth a lot more. Plus you can tell everyone how you fixed your own knife.
TAC Force TF-469 Gentleman's Assisted Opening Folding Knife, Black Straight Edge Blade, Brown Pakkawood Handle, 4-Inch Closed Add to cart

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *