As you get used to using your husky pocket knife, you will realize that there are certain things it won’t be able to do. From time to time you may need to close the knife from the locked position. This is particularly true when using your husky as a utility knife with other people around. These little details help keep the safety of others at the forefront and prevent accidents from happening. So how do you close a Husky pocket knife? Let’s find out!
How To Close A Husky Pocket Knife
Lock the knife
Before you can close your pocket knife, you first must lock it. This ensures that no one accidentally opens it while you are using it. To lock the knife, simply press the locking mechanism on the back of your Husky pocket knife and slide it forward until it locks in place. The locking mechanism is located on the back side of the blade or tip of your knife. It has a small slot that slides into a larger groove in the blade and locks into place to prevent opening accidentally. To release, simply push down on the locking mechanism and slide back away from the blade or tip of your knife.
Remove Your Hand
Next, you will want to remove your hand from between where you are holding onto and where you are using your pocket knife. Then, with both hands safely out of harm’s way, take hold of both sides of the husky pocket knife and pull it straight out from its handle until fully open. Then release pressure on both sides at once to allow for a safe full-length opening without any risk of injury to yourself or others around you.
Closing Your Husky Pocket Knife
Once fully opened, close (or “lock”) your husky pocket knife by pressing down on both sides at once with thumbs against either side of the metal clip located below and behind the left-hand thumb rest (the orange-colored triangle). This action will cause the metal clip to move forward toward the blade/tip and then push against inner walls which will cause the metal clip to lock into place. This action will also allow the knife to close fully and safely without any risk of opening accidentally.
Release Your Husky Pocket Knife
When you are done using your husky pocket knife, it is important to remember to release the lock before closing it so that you don’t leave your knife open and in a dangerous position for others to use. To release the lock, simply press down on both sides at once with thumbs against either side of the metal clip located below and behind the left-hand thumb rest (the orange-colored triangle). This action will cause the metal clip to move backward toward the blade/tip and then push against inner walls which will cause the metal clip to release from inside its groove in the blade or tip of your knife, allowing for a safe full-length closing without any risk of opening accidentally. If you do not know how to release a locking mechanism or want more information on how this works, you can review my blog post titled: “How do I unlock my pocket knife?”
Close Your Husky Pocket Knife
Once fully closed, gently press down on both sides at once with thumbs against either side of the metal clip located below and behind the left-hand thumb rest (the orange-colored triangle). This action will cause the metal clip to move forward away from the inner walls which will allow for a safe full-length closing without any risk of opening accidentally.
What Is A Husky Pocket Knife?
The husky pocket knife is a small, fixed blade knife that is less than 6 inches in length. It has a closed length of about 4 inches and weighs approximately 2 ounces. The husky pocket knife can be used for all sorts of tasks like opening boxes, cutting rope, cutting paper, and other items. The blades are made from high carbon steel with a high-quality finish. They are meant to last you longer than the average pocket knife. The handle is made from either black G10 or green G10 (depending on the model). It also comes with a riveted leather sheath which keeps your blade protected when not in use.
The blades are made from high carbon steel which gives them a durable edge that will withstand regular use and abuse without getting damaged easily. These knives also have superior edge retention which means they will stay sharp for longer periods of time. There are two models of husky pocket knives; one with a plain edge and one with a serrated edge which makes them great for different tasks like cutting rope or slicing through things like paper or cardboard etc. The serrated version also has an added feature called “saw teeth” which helps to cut through tough materials like rope or rubber as well as wood effectively without damaging the blade itself too much. You do have to keep in mind that if you need to cut through something thick such as leather, cardboard, or other similar materials then you should opt for the plain-edged version.
The sheath is what keeps your knife safe and protected when not in use. It is made from high-quality leather and has a riveted design. It also comes with a belt loop so you can attach it to your belt or hip pocket easily. The sheath also has a metal clip which you can use to attach it to your pocket or bag without having to take it off every time you need to use the knife. The sheath also serves as a handle for the knife when not in use so that you can carry it with you instead of leaving it behind somewhere.
How To Use Your Husky Pocket Knife?
There are three ways that you can open up your husky pocket knife; by using the thumb stud, flipper, and thumb hole system respectively. Each of these methods works differently depending on what kind of job you have in mind for the knife at the moment. Let’s find out how each one works!
The thumb stud is the most common method to open up your husky pocket knife. You will find this option on all the different models of husky pocket knives. You simply slide your thumb along the stud to open up the blade. The action is simple and easy to use so you don’t need any special skill or training in order to use it.
Closing Your Husky Pocket Knife The Right Way
- First, you need to make sure the blade is in the open position. To do this, simply press down on the blade lock button.
- Next, you need to slide out the blade from the handle (as pictured above). This will allow you to close your knife in a locked position.
- Now that you’ve opened your knife, it’s time to close it again safely and securely. To do this, push down on the blade lock button while sliding back into place the blade end of the handle (as pictured above).
- Once you’ve closed your knife safely and securely, you can safely put it away until next time!
- Please remember that even though you may have closed your knife, it’s still a good idea to keep it in a secure place. It’s important to remember that your knife is still sharp and can cause serious injury if used improperly.
Husky pocket knives are a useful tool to have around the house. From cutting boxes to other light tasks, they come in handy in many situations. It is important to learn how to close a husky pocket knife and lock it when not in use. This helps prevent accidents from happening and keeps the knife in good shape for longer.