SOG Specialty Knives & Tools AE06-CP Aegis Knife with Straight Edge Assisted Folding 3.5-Inch Steel Blade and GRN Camo Handle, Black TiNi Finish

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools AE06-CP Aegis Knife with Straight Edge Assisted Folding 3.5-Inch Steel Blade and GRN Camo Handle, Black TiNi Finish

  • Easy-to-handle knife that stands up to tough use, while showcasing top-end opening and locking technology
  • Straight edge, 3.5-inch AUS-8 steel folding blade has a clip point shape with a hardcase black TiNi finish
  • SOG Assisted Technology provides one hand blade opening and a Piston lock provides safety when in the open position
  • Handle is made of glass-reinforced nylon with a digital camo finish and includes checkered Digi-Grip for extra anti-slip security
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty

The SOG Specialty Knives & Tools AE06-CP Aegis is an easy-to-handle tool that can stand up to tough use, while showcasing top-end opening and locking technology. Made of AUS-8 steel with an attractive hardcase black TiNi finish, the 3.5-inch straight edge, folding blade has a clip point shape that allows a quicker and deeper puncture upon insertion and makes quick work of any task. When you start to open the blade, SOG’s patented S.A.T. (SOG Assisted Technology) takes over and high-tension coi

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3 Responses to “SOG Specialty Knives & Tools AE06-CP Aegis Knife with Straight Edge Assisted Folding 3.5-Inch Steel Blade and GRN Camo Handle, Black TiNi Finish”
  1. Longeze28 says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Expectations Exceeded, February 25, 2011
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    When I first received this knife all I could say was wow!I carried it daily for a number of weeks it took over as my favorite blade. This knife gets daily use and it keeps performing above and beyond. I work in a very harsh dessert enviroment when my co workers need a good blade they all come to me to borrow my knife most have since gotten there own same model and all are beyond pleased with it. The blade came sharp right out of the box and has performed since day one, i’m hooked if this knife went missing or need replacing I would get the same model again.

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  2. Greg Abrams says:
    15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a bad folding knife, December 31, 2009
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    Greg Abrams (Largo, FL USA) –
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    I keep wanting to like SOG knives. I bought a few based on several positive reviews, some from people whose opinions I really respect. I own a Flash I and II, a Vulcan Mini, and this model Aegis and it’s not that any of them are bad knives, necessarily. They really do have some nice features…cut well, solid handles, nice blade locks and stops on some models, and good pocket clips. They are also reasonably priced. But honestly, when I reach for a knife in my collection, it’s almost always a Benchmade or Spyderco. They just have designs that suit my tastes a little better. Of course, this is all subjective and your experience may vary.

    On to specifics about the Aegis. I like the zytel handles and the camo pattern, nicely done. Comfortable in the hand and looks good. There are three rubber inserts on each side, along with small raised ridges in the zytel that help improve the grip. This model has the black TiNi finish over an AUS-8 steel blade. I would prefer at least VG-10 steel, if not S30V, and it can be done on a knife in this price range (see the Spyderco Native or even the Buck Vantage Pro). But AUS-8 is ok and on a positive note, it’s a really nice blade shape and the spine jimping is very functional. The Arc-Lock, which looks and acts quite similar to Benchmade’s Axis mechanism, works well and locks up solidly. There’s a little bit of play in the blade horizontally, but not enough that I’m worried about it. The blade also doesn’t center well in the handle, but this is not a big issue either.

    Part of my problem is that I just don’t like assisted-opening knives all that much. I keep trying, but just cannot warm up to them. SOG does have a lock on theirs, which helps to inspire some confidence that the blade will stay put. Nevertheless, I’m still an old-fashioned kind of guy. I can get my manual knives open just as quickly as those with an assist, so in my opinion, there’s really no need for it and it presents a potential safety issue unnecessarily. That said, it’s no surprise that my favorite SOG so far is the manual Vulcan Mini.

    I think this is actually a good knife, just not really my taste. Still, it seems to merit a four overall, because there’s nothing specifically “wrong” to speak of in the materials, construction, etc… It’s just a matter of personal preferences.

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  3. Dr. Pepper says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    S.O.G. Aegis, simply amazing., January 29, 2011
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    the Sog Aegis is an excellent Every day carry (EDC)and tactical folder. the assisted opening works amazingly and doesn’t loosen or slow with use. the blade Locks up perfectly vertically and with minimal play horizontally.the AUS-8 steel is great for a low cost steel. requires minimal sharpening and takes/holds an edge well. the gimping on the blade and handle shape is wonderful and really locks the hand in. the clip buries deep in the pocket so its not noticeable or prone to falling out. the handle is pure Zytel without steel liners (a + for me) so it is very light for a blade its size. the blade shape is great for almost any task, meaning its not the best at everything but preforms adequately. the finish on the blade is beautiful and improves the rust resistance greatly. i suggest the black (tini) finish and not the satin because the gimping is smoothed out in the satin version.

    all in all this is a great knife for utility and can be used as a back up fighting knife as well. i don’t go a day without carrying it to work, training, and pretty much everywhere (exception is school of course)

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