Vallotton Custom Switchblade Knives
Vallotton Custom Switchblade Knives are Exceptional Custom Knives. Owning A Vallotton Custom Switchblade Knife is a Must. Whether it is a Rainy Vallotton Knife , A Vallotton Switchblade, or Any Of the Double Action Vallotton Custom Knives, The Materials Used & workmanship are Second To None. In general, a pocket knife, also known as a folding knife, is a type of knife where the blade will fold away inside the handle. They are small enough to be carried in your pocket, hence the name pocket knife. However, there are several different types of pocket knives. In this article, I will explain the difference in a traditional pocket knife or slip joint, a lock back pocket knife, a liner locking pocket knife, and an assisted opening pocket knife. Most of you have probably seen and even used a traditional pocket knife. They are usually between three and five inches long, and consist of one to three blades. Now this is generally speaking. There are some that are longer and have more blades. The traditional pocket knife, or slip joint, uses a spring device between the handles to hold the knife blade open. When the blade of the knife is fully open, the spring holds the blade open. However, the blade is not locked in place. When enough pressure is put on the back of the blade, it will close. A lock back pocket knife is an advancement of the traditional pocket knife. It also has a spring device to hold the blade open. However, the spring of a lock back has a hook made in it, and the blade has a notch in it. When fully opened the hook and notch line up, which in turn locks the blade in place. The blade will then stay locked until the operator presses on an exposed part of the spring, located on the back of the knife. When you press this exposed part of the spring, it disengages the hook and notch. You can then fold the blade back into the handle. This makes a lock back knife safer than a traditional pocket knife, because the blade cannot close by accident.