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    Locking safety knife

    January 1, 2013

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    The American-made Lewis K710 is a fixed-blade safety knife featuring a patented locking safety hood that covers the blade instantly and automatically when contact with the cutting surface is lost. It allows easy blade changing with no tools required, a definitive depth setting of ¼-inch and ¾-inch blade exposure. An ergonomically designed handle provides left- or right-handed user comfort.

    Lewis Safety Knife Co., A Division of Seal-O-Matic Corp.

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