Cold Steel : American Lawman

American Lawman is a rugged knife designed to serve the Law Enforcement to perform in the most extreme environments while still remaining comfortable to use and easy to carry. Their drop point blades are big and sharp enough for almost any task while remaining “Civilian Friendly” in appearance.

Made from high performance American S35VN steel and hollow ground to a thin, hand-polished edge, each blade is also DLC (Diamond Like) coated for added endurance and corrosion resistance. The Lawman’s handles are also designed to be as versatile and user friendly as possible. Made from G-10, they are contoured for grip security in even the worst conditions.

A lock failure on your folder is incredibly dangerous – but if the lock fails on a police officer’s knife in the line of duty, it could be disastrous! American Lawman is equipped with Tri-Ad locking mechanism designed to withstand terrific impact forces and shock and has passed some of the most gruesome torture testing in the industry.


  • Weight: 127.5gr (4.5oz) 
  • Blade Thickness: 3.5mm (0.137″)
  • Blade Length: 8.89cm (3-1/2″) 
  • Blade Steel: American S35VN w/ DLC Coating 
  • Handle Length: 11.74cm (4-5/8″)
  • Handle Material: G-10 
  • Overall Length: 20.63cm (8-1/8″)
  • Additional Features: Ambidextrous Pocket/Belt Clip

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