SOG Specialty Knives & Tools S95-N Tomcat 3.0

SOG Tomcat 3.0 Knife. A thick slice of power, finesse and pure utility! Like a modern-day tank! This heavy-duty Folder is big time armament, but has the finesse to turn on a dime. The original Tomcat set the gold standard for large-frame folders back in 1988. Here, it makes a comeback… the Tomcat 3.0, updated with unmatched ergonomic balance and feel. Get into the fold today! A cut above: Top-quality VG-10 steel construction; Straight-edge blade measures 3.75″ x 0.16″; Durable, comfortable Kraton synthetic rubber handle; Fast, safe and reliable Arc-Lock mechanism; Satin finish; HRC: 59-60; 8.65″ overall; Weighs 6.5 ozs. Nylon pouch included. Order yours today! WARNING: You must be 18 or older to purchase Cutlery. Cutlery cannot be shipped to Marin, Napa, Ventura and Yolo counties, CA; CO; D.C.; MA; Miami-Dade & Sarasota counties, FL; Canada or Puerto Rico. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering Cutlery. SOG Tomcat 3.0 Kraton Knife

Product Features

  • Easy one-hand opening and ambidextrous Arc-Lock
  • 3.75-inch satin finished straight edge VG-10 stainless steel blade
  • Kraton rubber handle with stainless steel bolsters and liners
  • Black Nylon carry pouch
  • Overall length: 8.65-inches, Weight: 6.5-ounces

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3 Replies to “SOG Specialty Knives & Tools S95-N Tomcat 3.0”

  1. The Rolex of Knives! Well, I don’t know what kind of measuring device the other guy was using to do his review, but according to my measurement, the blade is 4 inches long and the cutting length of the blade is 3-3/4 inches. Somewhere else someone said “You can’t go wrong” and they are 100% right! This knife is worth every bit of the suggested retail price. It is the smoothest, most precision knife I have ever seen, and I have seen a lot of knives. For me the knife is nice and lightweight. You can open and close it with one hand. Super smoothe and fast with just a little flick of your thumb. This is my favorite knife and I thank the SOG company very much for such a quality product. When I get a few more bucks I am surely going to get another one. Because this knife is so nice I am going to try some other SOG products. Thanks again SOG for a quality product.The first thing I do when I get a new folding knife is I adjust the tension that controls how easily the blade swings open and shut. I get the tension right where I want it and I put some blue loctite on the screw. I hope this is helpful.

  2. Sweet Knife This knife is really nice.It feels great in the hand due to its weight and ergo. It does not have a built on pocket clip like a lot of pocket knives have these days which is nice because I prefer a knife without one, as it feels better when you handle it in your hand. Thus, this knife comes with a nylon sheath that attaches pretty easy to your belt. The Arc lock is also a very nice feature. The blade is very sharp, and seems to hold its edge nicely after a lot of use in a few months. This is my first knife with VG-10 steel, and so far, so good. It is a little big for a utility pocket knife. I recommend using it for outdoors/hunting/camping activities. For a large folder, this is primo.It’s a SOG. You can’t go wrong.

  3. Still bandaging my fingers I liked the original Tomcat, but didn’t like having to pry out the blade with my fingernails. When this came along, I gave the old one away as a present, and bought this.It’s a tradeoff, IMHO. It doesn’t feel quite as solid or thick as the original, but it’s much more usable: the lock feels better, and it is just as *sharp*!Beautiful knife.

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