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TAC Force TF-705

TAC Force TF-705

 
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TAC Force TF-705

Make & Model

Brand:
TAC Force
Model:
TF-705
MSRP ($):
8.00

Some knives are great for fishing trips, but the TAC Force TF-705 is decent enough that you’ll want to keep it around at all times due to its usefulness. What makes this knife especially practical for fishing is the fact that it is a spring assist folding knife. This means that it can quickly be opened with just one hand and then locked back securely in place with its liner lock. Spring assist does not mean that it is a switch blade that can be opened with the press of a button, so it is legal to use in all states.

As useful as the TF-705 is, it is still very much a budget knife, so don’t expect it to be able to compete with some of the high end offerings on the market. What you get for your money is a medium-sized knife with an integrated bottle opener as well as a glass breaker in its handle. The 3-1/4-inch blade itself is half-serrated and made from stainless steel, while the closed length of the knife is 4-1/2-inches. The knife feels very sturdy and durable while the blade is sharp enough to be very useful while fishing. The bottle cap opener isn’t the most comfortable to use or actually very safe as it requires the knife to be open. This is an incredibly strange design choice, but since it is more of an added perk instead of anything essential this doesn’t matter too much.

Overall, the TF-705 is a decent enough knife if you are on a tight budget and just want something that is going to get the job done. However, if you plan on using it a lot, it might make more sense to opt for a more high-end knife that will last you longer.

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