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I just can't figure out the model of this knife. I bought it in 15-20 years ago. Just sits in the safe with its pals. I've looked all over the net. Any ideas gang? Thx. Obviously I don't have the box for it.






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The blade is different, but it looks like my Nitrous Stryker. Is it assisted opening and liner lock?
 
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Originally posted by Voshterkoff:
The blade is different, but it looks like my Nitrous Stryker. Is it assisted opening and liner lock?


Yes to both. Sharp as hell. Carried it once or twice. Only thing I've ever cut with it is me. Ha



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Originally posted by Voshterkoff:
Looks like this model:

https://www.knifecenter.com/it...stryker-black-coated


Hey thx. It's not as long, 7 1/4, but maybe just a variation. Now I have a name of model to use. Thx.



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It is a Mini Nitrous Stryker.

I may not have a good remembery, but I don't think those were in the line-up all that long.




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Thx to all that helped out.



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The Mini version is 7.25" OAL


Yep, full sized ones are 8.25"ish.



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