Like all Viper Tec knives, the Ghost OTF is built for hard use. Each Knife comes with a 3.5-inch 440c blade that have been hand sharpened to an extremely sharp edge ready to cut right out of the box. The smooth ergonomic handles are made of high-quality Zinc Alloy. The button placement along the spine of the handle allows for lighting fast ambidextrous openings right from the operators pocket. The Ghost Straight Edge also allows for right and left-hand users to pocket carry with its stainless steel reversible pocket clip. If that wasn’t enough the Ghost knife also comes equipped with a “battle tested” glass breaker pommel.
The inner workings of this knife don’t disappoint. “Under the hood” you will find all stainless steel precision parts and our proprietary coated high-performance spring. The Ghost comes with our famous ViperLife Warranty giving you confidence and peace of mind.
ALL VIPER TEC OTF'S COME WITH A LIFETIME WARRANTY
SPECS & DETAILS
Total Length : 9in
Blade Length : 3.5in
Blade Thickness : .11in
Blade Width: 1.1in
Blade Material: 440C Stainless Steel
Handle : Zinc Alloy
Total Weight : 8 oz
I’ve had several OTF knives and wish I had my money back on most of them to just buy a quality knife like the expensive $200-400 dollar ones, you know who I’m talking about. Well, after having my Ghost for about 3 weeks now, I can say I saved myself a couple hundred bucks and STILL have a quality OTF! The blade was actually sharp when I received it. There is still NO RATTLE after hundreds of times of flicking it in and out ( I have ADHD). The handle has a grippy feel that you will love and hasn’t worn off yet in my 21 days of EDC. Normal cutting tasks like string, packages, etc are no match for this knife. I wouldn’t chop down a tree with it, but I would be comfortable carrying and using it daily. I couldn’t be happier and I’ll probably use the money I saved to buy their balisong style knife! I’m a lefty, so my clip is flipped opposite of how you would receive it
I gave 5 stars because for the money this is a great knife.. You can pay $400 and get a much better knife, but the Ghost is solidly made, functions properly, and sharpens decently. A good entry level knife that I carry fishing in case something needs to be cut quickly.