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Mantis BK-2B Bottleneck Knife
"We learn some pretty interesting things while researching for ideas about product copy. For example, our copywriter was researching ""mantis"" and stumbled across a link in Wikipedia for a word she did not know: eggcorn. Turns out, an eggcorn is a linguistic term for ""an idiosyncratic substitution of a word or phrase for a word or words that sound similar or identical in the speaker's dialect."" For example: preying mantis vs. praying mantis, shoe-in vs. shoo-in, and eggcorn vs. acorn. Pretty neat! We hope you learned something today and will now return you to learning about this slick knife. The Mantis BK-2B Bottleneck Knife is a collaboration between Mantis Knives and Hawk Designs. It boasts a bottle opener and a butterfly knife and it will attach effortlessly to your keyring with its integral handle/latch configuration. The bottle opener can be accessed and used while the knife is still attached to the keyring, so there's no worry about forgetting your keys or your knife because they're attached for life (or at least until you have to go through airport security). Product Specifications Attaches effortlessly to any keyring with its integral handle/latch configuration Bottle opener can be accessed and used while knife is still attached to the keychain To activate the knife, a simple flip of the latch exposes the blade Overall Length: 3.750"" Blade Length: 1.990"" Blade Material: 400 series stainless Blade Style: Modified Tanto Edge Handle Material: 400 series stainless Lock Style: Patented latch-lock with integrated handle springs Carry System: Pocket Clip Weight: 3.1 oz. State Restrictions: Hawaii, Texas, Wisconsin These products are not intended for any unlawful purpose as defined by applicable local, county, state, and federal laws. By agreeing herein, purchaser acknowledges that he/she is 18 years of age or older. Purchaser also acknowledges that he/she is permitted to purchase this product pursuant to his local, county, state, and federal laws."