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Folding blades and folding knives are the most common knives to carry today for their ease of use and convenient carry. Folding blades perform nearly any task and are easily deployed in high stress situations.

A folding knife uses a pivot, allowing the blade to fold into the handle for light, easy carry. To prevent injury through the blade accidentally closing on the user's hand, folding knives typically have a locking mechanism. Different locking mechanisms are favored by various individuals for reasons such as perceived strength (lock safety), legality, and ease of use.

In the lock back, as in many folding knives, a stop pin acting on the top (or behind) the blade prevents it from rotating. To release the knife the rocker bar is pushed downwards.

The bolt in the bolt lock uses a spring which biases the bolt to the forward position where it rests above the tang of the blade preventing the blade from closing. Small knobs extend through the handle allow the user to slide the bolt backwards freeing the knife to close. 

In the liner lock, an "L"-shaped split in the liner allows part of it to move sideways against the handle to the centre of the knife where it rests against the flat end of the tang. To disengage, this leaf spring is pushed aside so it again rests flush against the handle allowing the knife to close. A frame lock is nearly identical but instead of using a thin liner inside the handle material uses a thicker piece of metal that makes up the handle.

Another prominent feature on many folding knives is the opening mechanism. Traditional pocket knives and Swiss Army knives commonly employ the nail nick, while modern folding knives more often use a stud, hole, disk, or flipper located on the blade, all which have the benefit of allowing the user to open the knife with one hand.

We carry many brands of folding blades and folding knives from Windlass Cobra SteelCold SteelGerber, KershawBoker, Spyderco and American Buffalo Knife & Tool.

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Folding Fruit Knife with Fork

#404632
Cut your melons and other picnic fruits with tasteful elegance. This slick stainless steel folding knife has a 3-7/8" blade perfectly suited for fruits that are cantaloupe and honeydew sized or smaller, and a convenient fork that folds out of the opposite end.
$4.95

Bat-Tastic Double Folder

#404625
This bat-themed folder has TWO blades that are just itching for BAT-tle. The wings are printed with a purple lightning motif and the modified scythe blades are perfect for mowing down those pesky evil-doers that roam the dark streets and alleys at night.
$9.95

Leatherneck Folder

#404624
The ABS grips on this inexpensive folder are durably printed with segmented brown sections to remind you of the stacked leather grip of the original knife. Glass-breaker pommel spike and integral guard/flipper make this tribute folder a handy companion for your daily cutting challenges. Liner lock. Removable pocket clip. Coated stainless steel clip point blade with fuller.
$9.95

Rainbow Dragon Folder

#404623
A rainbow-coated dragon might be beautiful, but it still has a bite. And don't forget flames! This gorgeous folding knife features titanium oxide coated stainless steel. Twist it in the light and watch the multi-hued artwork come to life.
$13.95

Gray Vampire Stiletto

#404622
More proof that vampires are here to stay. A Vampire skull adorns the steel handle while two more little guys humorously peer over the sides of this knife to create one of the most unique guards/flipper openers we've ever seen.
$9.95

Camillus Boating Knife with Marlin Spike

#404604
Here's a nice-looking marlin spike knife with unique handcrafted bamboo handle scales and black metal parts.
$44.95

Bundeswehr Style Multi-Use Folder

#404618
This multi-function Bundeswehr-style pocket knife of the West German military has a stainless spear-point blade, standard screwdriver, bottle opener, highly functional saw blade with protective cover, corkscrew, and punch/awl.
$12.95

British Army Style Pocket Knife

#404617
Not an original issue, but an inexpensive replica of the all stainless steel pocket knife carried by the British army. Impervious to rust, it is made to be as durable as the originals, with a modified sheepsfoot blade that prevents accidental punctures, a bottle opener, and a screwdriver
$17.95