Earlier this month at Blade Show, we stopped by the Hogue booth and noticed a new knife on display as part of the company's HK Knives line. The new Mini Incursion is an out-the-front automatic knife with a sub-3-inch blade, making it a good option for those who like the slick action of an OTF but want something more compact and EDC-friendly. We can see the appeal, since we often find ourselves minimizing gear while wearing light shorts in the hot summer months.
The new HK Knives Mini Incursion is made in the USA with an ambidextrous push-pull switch that swiftly deploys and retracts the blade. The handle/frame is machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and anodized in either a matte grey or matte black finish. It also features a deep-carry, tip-down pocket clip with the HK logo and a built-in carbide glass breaker.
Pushing forward on the switch reveals the 2.95-inch 154CM steel blade, which is heat treated to 57-59HRC and ground to either a tanto or clip point profile. Available blade finishes are tumbled (matte black frame and clip point blade only) or black PVD coating. Each knife is hand-sharpened and honed.
MSRP for the new HK Knives Mini Incursion is $290 for the tumbled-finish model, and $310 for all other models. For more information, go to HKKnives.com.