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Finch Holliday G-10 Ghost Green

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Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 4.00".

Open Length: 7.125". 

Width: .45". 

Handle Material: G-10 Ghost Green. 

Handle Length: 4.00". 

Handle Height: .75"

Blade Styles: Wharncliffe. 

Blade Material: 154CM.

Blade Thickness: .125".

Blade Lengths: 3.125". 

Blade Height: .875"

Blade Finish: Satin / Brushed. 

Pulls: Flip / PinchGrip.

Pull Strength: N/A.

Half Stops: N/A. 

Bolster Material: Steel. 

Liner Material: Steel. 

Pinning Material: N/A. 

Lock Type: Liner Lock.

Backsprings: N/A.

Backspring Material: N/A.

Weight: 3.60 oz. 

Pocket Clip: Titanium, Satin.

Shield Material: Sapphire Crystal. 

Designed In: Stilwell, KS. 

Manufactured By: QSP.

Release Date: June, 2021.

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Stephen P.
Finch Holiday

This is a sweet flipper. I love the jade G-10 and the action is excellent. Once again the shipping was quick and customer service is incredible. I will continue to order from the team at C. Risner Cutlery, because I continue to be impressed with the quality of every knife I've bought from them and the prices are very competitive.

Gerardo R.
Wharncliff Winer

This Finch Holiday in ghost green G10 was the first Finch knife I ever purchased but not the last. Great action, amazing fit and finish and the wharncliffe blade is a winner. The blade came razor sharp out of the box. Thank you Traditional Pocket Knives for the great selection and fast delivery.

Howard S.
Great dealer

The order arrived quickly. Communication was great. The Finch knife was beautiful. Very easy to deal with This company. Will definitely do more business with them and trust them completely.

Mark H.
Refined, Gentleman’s Knife

Nothing beats a classic. This knife is a quick deploying, smooth cutting rockstar example of a modern knife with a traditional design. Great for EDC, but I wouldn’t press it into any sort of hard use service, not because it is bad by any means, the design just lends itself to smaller tasks. Overall, love this knife.

Paul E.B.
Service and Product

What you should expect from a small company, not often experienced.
The Holliday is a fine design exercise, like my Devil's Finger. I might wish the folks in Kansas found an even better manufacturer than QSP, but they do fine. $150, shipped, is market appropriate.
Again, the design sets Finch knives in a class of their own.
If you admire the hi res images, you will love it in the hand. The modest heft of the lightened stainless liners, bolsters. Joints and finish is top notch. The action is less snickety than some, but it is nice and figity. My Kizer Grazioso might be too snickity, such that I'm always checking for pivot play. The 154cm was exotic in 1965 (actually developed for making turbines because it's stable in extreme temperature) keeps an excellent edge. It's one of my favorite steels.
I will turn to TPK every time I have the disposable $ to gratify my this lust, called a hobby.