Para-trooper Pocket Knife

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The Fury Paratrooper Pantographic Knife is a folding knife whose blade is opened by a unique scissors method. Click under the image to see the knife engaged and open!

The blade has a slightly longer tang than a folding knife heel. The handle is symmetrically segmented and articulated to fold away on both sides to grip the longer tang. The manner is similar to a balisong knife (also called a butterfly knife in western countries) with which it is often confused. Unlike the balisong knife handles that swing freely and independently, the pantographic knife uses a pantograph linkage to keep the handles aligned during opening and closing.

The Fury Pantographic knife is very strong when compared to most other folding knife designs, being joined at several points and along several planes - this increases the force required to break the blade away from the handle. By enclosing the blade on both sides, double edged blades can be used.

- Blade: 3.50" 440C Stainless
- Handle: OTF Pantographic Aluminum
- A folder that becomes a Fixed Blade
- Full Length: 6.75"



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    Posted by Unknown on Jan 14th 2018

    I bought this knife with high hopes. I have wanted one for a long time and saw this one. When I ordered it I was very disappointed by the quality of the frame. However the blade, made by Fury, is one of the sharpest knifes I own. I went to pull it out of my pocket, and one of the rivets fell out. The knife is useless at this point, and I am very upset with how cheap the frames was. If you are looking for a cheap knife with a good blade, this is it. Although you shouldn’t expect it to last very long.

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    Not the quality i was hoping

    Posted by Chad Throw on Oct 9th 2017

    I bought this knife because of it unique look and I was disappointed. First, I notice that the blade is dulling itself out everytime it's opend or closed. Then after the 5 or 6th time I had opened then shut it... I saw one of the rivets fall out from the handle. After the second rivet fell lout and mind you I've had the knife for 2 days at that point. I've decided that I'm now going to return it at this point. Maybe I have bad luck and bought the only defective blade, but I have a tough time believing this. Thanks for reading and sorry if this has happened to you.