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SOG Knives "SOGZILLA"

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SOG Knives SOGZILLA

Make & Model

Brand:
SOG
Model:
SOGZILLA
MSRP ($):
43.00

In devising this line that includes several sizes and blade shapes we wanted to make the Zilla distinctive. Zilla is fast, you wouldn't want to try and outrun him! The grip is a dual directional prehistoric armor plate and the big-bodied blade features a new opening shape... the likes of which has never been seen before. In hand, the knife points instinctually and feels familiar. Steel liners make a stout construction. Keep your knife caged in your pocket with our patented low carry reversible clip. SOGzilla... It's a new species. Don't be caught alone

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SOG Knives SOGZILLA

With a 3.8" blade length, and an overall length of 7.35", this is no small knife, but when closed it is a very pocketable 4.1" in length. Weighing just 3 ounces, it hardly feels like you are carrying a knife at all. A reversible pocket clip allows right or left side carry. My knife has the satin clip point, partially serrated blade. There are different versions available. If you order straight from SOG, you even have an option of getting it engraved.

I prefer an assisted opening knife, but the hole on this knife allows it to be deployed quickly when the need arises. I have owned it for around 18 months, and I carry it almost daily so it has seen quite a bit of action. It holds an edge very well (have only sharpened 3 times since new) and is very corrosion resistant. It has been washed (don't ask), dropped in both fresh and saltwater and it has no corrosion at all.

It has cut everything from cardboard to plastic and rope and fishing line, well you get the picture. I have used it a lot and for an inexpensive knife, the SOGZILLA is worth a look!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Lightweight, durable, holds edge well
Cons:
None so far
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