Spring Assisted Knife Vs Switchblade – A Brief Comparison

This is an interesting battle of two very famous knives, the switchblade and the spring assisted knife. In this fight, we will see which knife wins the day, and why the winner is the one who gets price points off the bat. So let us get started. First off, let me explain what these two are…

Spring assisted knives have a blade that comes out of your pocket. They come with all the benefits of having a spring loaded knife (which we will talk about later) while also having a knife that does not fold up. In the case of pocket knives, you are able to open them without folding the blade (which is kind of difficult to do, especially if the blade is really big), but you also can’t close them with your finger, because your finger would make the knife close by passing the thumb over the open portion of the blade. Switchblade knives on the other hand are designed to be opened with the use of your finger, and they can close quickly by wrapping around your finger and pressing down on the butt of your pocket knife. I have been asked many times, such as when doing research online, which is the better knife, the switchblade or the pocket knife?

The simple answer is that it depends. If you are just looking for something to take to the grocery store and need something small and easy to use, then you might want to get price points off of both of these pocket knives, because in general, the switchblade is more expensive than pocket knives. However, if you are looking for something to take on a long hike in the woods, or if you are looking for something to kill more than one person at a time, then you would probably want to consider pocket knives. You must know though, that even with a spring knife, if you don’t know how to use it properly, it can be very dangerous.