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Ganzo F720 Tactical Folding Knife | Review | Firebird

Video review of Firebird Ganzo F720, Army Green, really great knife for a low price point.
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Ganzo making great budget knives, with solid build quality and classy design.

Ganzo F720 440C blade folding knife
Multifunctional folding knife
With 440C blade, sharp and hard
You can clip it on your belt, backpack or somewhere else you want
Folding design makes it more secure and convenient to use
Customized for outdoor exercises
Nice tool for camping, hiking, adventure, and home use

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20 replies on “Ganzo F720 Tactical Folding Knife | Review | Firebird”

hey man i do have the first series of this model and my has phosphor bronze washer on both site ,is this new one with firebird logo on the blade has the same

I have many ganzo and benchmades. I am looking for a comparable to my benchmade Adams. Size and blade thickness. And handle design any help would be appreciated. Ganzo comparison

I've owned a half a dozen of these, and it is a great knife all the way around. I really wish they would make a version of it with a D2 blade

great video, have had mine for a few years, actually bought 3 of them because I can! I have cleared trail, shooting lanes, shelters, sliced steak in a restaurant, cut down soft wood trees about 3-4 inches in diameter, the only problem, the goofy attachment screw for the clip. I ended up removing it and using a belt sheath. Sharpening never an issue and Rarely needed. Thanks for the video.

so this is supposed to be an upgrade from the G720…..just wondering what the upgrades are…milled liners? ball bearing pivot?

Iโ€™ve got a few Ganzo knives in my collection now and for the price Iโ€™ve got to admit… definitely worth the money! Especially the axis locks… IMO ! Feels a stronger lock up than a liner! Great video as always brother ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸฝBest wishes friend ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿป

oh the joys some people get not having to live in a communist state relegated to sub 3 inch knives. ๐Ÿ™ thanks for sharing.

"…look at…the bestiality of…" Nope. That would be an entirely different kind of video. Definitely not on my playlist.

Benchmade bought the rights to use the axis lock from the person that invented it, but the patent ran out on the axis lock in the summer of 2016…I believe….

Being left-handed, the axis lock is perfect for me, didn't realize ganzo made decent things. always thought they just made cheap rip-offs. Their stuff seems to have a pretty good price/quality ratio.

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