Produced by Cameron McKirdy in Gearhart, OR
Watch me perform an extreme cut test on the new COAST Products BX315 knife. I see how it handles trash I found at the beach in Oregon. This folder is a work horse, and practical to use daily as part of your EDC (Every Day Carry) items. I love the rubberized handle, because it won’t slip out of your hand. Plus, I demonstrate it’s tough, because the rubber survived being sliced into, and didn’t show damage, as seen. I even tore through a pop can, and didn’t nick up the edge. Combine that with the deep notches on top of the handle, the two large finger grooves, and the BX315 is trustworthy. The back lock is also secure, so I never worried about it failing and closing on my hand. It must be safer than traditional liner locks on knives.
In the HD video test I showed that action boss. I cut out a lot of the talking, but I know true knife enthusiasts like specs. The blade length is 3.25 inches long. Overall the tool is 8.625 inches. Weight equals 3.6 ounces, which is hardly noticeable in your pocket.
COAST also makes a smaller version that has a 3 inch cutting surface. I want one. It’s called the BX300. Check out their full line of great products on http://www.coastportland.com All gear is backed by Coast’s lifetime guarantee against defects in materials and workmanship. Make sure to get your free COAST LED flashlight too. Just read the following blog for details, the link, and another video on that sweet deal. http://wp.me/p2zgf8-nE You only have to pay for shipping and handling, which is minimal. Now you have a reason to try out this company, if you haven’t already. COAST Products proves that quality doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. The BX315 is Survival Bros tested and approved. Get one, and let me know what you think. Thanks for supporting your emergency preparedness blog. Peace, love, and gear.
Now you know what to request for Christmas – The COAST BX315