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Bob Terzuola ATCF (Advanced Technology Combat Folder) knife review

The most recent collaboration with from Bob Terzuola the ATCF (Advanced Technology Combat Folder). This is a 4 mm blade stock tanto. The model reviewed is the silver twill carbon fiber variant which is gorgeous. This is a WE Knife built knife built for of a legendary design by Bob Terzuola. Let me know in the comments as to what you think of the knife?


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13 replies on “Bob Terzuola ATCF (Advanced Technology Combat Folder) knife review”

Pros: liner lock, G10/carbon fiber scales, titanium liners, well-designed pocket clip. Cons: Position of the thumb ramp is awkward, blade is on the short side, left hand opening with thumb disk is very hard.

I really like the blade, but not the thumb disc. Unfortunately though, the scales are just too slabby and ugly.

Thanks for the video David. I wasn't sure about it at first, but that silver twill is very nice looking.

I like a well designed Tanto blade knife. I really like the 4.2mm blade stock. Makes for a solid blade the way it's been ground. My only issue is the almost 'anti-Lefty' design with the thumb stud and the no left option.

Interesting knife. I like the multiple deployment methods. Seems to be designed for hard use versus Slicey EDC use. Very nice looking. Thanks for giving us a look at it.

interesting opening feature. it almost seems like a kinda gravity opening knife from what little I know of knife actions. good review there.

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