Griffin OTF - 3 Inch Blade

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Product Overview

Backed by Normandy Knives' lifetime warranty, the Griffin series is sure to not disappoint. Uses can vary from home or auto emergency preparedness kits, outdoor recreation, or first respondent necessity when hand availability is limited.

The blade comes standard in a 440c stainless steel and is available in a Drop Point, Tonto and Spear Point blades with your choice of a serrated or non-serrated edge. D2 Tonto Style blades are now available

The handle is a high-grade aluminum alloy with a standard TPR finish.  There is a belt clip for ease of carry as well as glass break for safety.


  • Double Action, Out-the-Front (OTF) Knife
  • Blade Length: 3 inches
  • Handle Length with Glass Break: 5 inches
  • Total Length with Glass Break: 8 inches


Your Normandy knife is warranted for life under the following guidelines.

Treat the knife as a knife.  Use of your knife for any purpose other than cutting is considered abuse and will void the warranty.  It's not a screwdriver, chisel, pry bar, punch, fork, or any other tool.  These are not designed for throwing.

Operate the knife as designed.  Damage caused by abuse, neglect, misuse, accident, improper blade sharpening, introduction of foreign substances, or disassembly will void the warranty.  Normal wear and tear including paint loss, fading, discoloration, or chips are serviceable but not covered under warranty.

Register Your Knife For Coverage Against Loss or Theft

Registered knives within 30 days of purchase will also receive a one-time, knife replacement in the event of theft or loss.  Simply pay the $40 deductible with shipping, and we'll send you a replacement knife.

The following states do NOT prohibit auto-open (also referred to as automatic, switchblade, or switch knife) for non-law enforcement citizens. See the list below for blade length restrictions.

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arizona
  4. Arkansas
  5. California (less than 2″ blade length limitation)
  6. Colorado (effective approximately Aug. 9, 2017; concealed carry maximum length 3-1/2″)
  7. Connecticut (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation)
  8. Florida
  9. Georgia
  10. Idaho
  11. Illinois (effective Aug. 11, 2017, with valid Firearms Owner’s Identification Card FOID)
  12. Indiana
  13. Iowa
  14. Kansas (since 2013)
  15. Kentucky (only with weapons license)
  16. Louisiana (effective August 1, 2018)
  17. Maine (effective October 15, 2015)
  18. Maryland – can legally possess if not concealed
  19. Massachusetts (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation)
  20. Michigan (effective October 10, 2017)
  21. Mississippi
  22. Missouri (since 2012)
  23. Montana (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation – removed 2019)
  24. Nebraska
  25. Nevada (effective July 1, 2015 – 2″ blade length limitation removed)
  26. New Hampshire (since 2010)
  27. North Dakota
  28. New York – (exception for hunting, trapping and fishing – see New York Knife Laws)
  29. North Carolina  (concealed carry not recommended – see North Carolina Knife Laws)
  30. North Dakota (maximum 5″ blade length limitation)
  31. Ohio (effective April 12, 2021 – see Ohio Knife Laws)
  32. Oklahoma (effective November 1, 2015)
  33. Oregon
  34. Rhode Island
  35. South Carolina
  36. South Dakota
  37. Tennessee
  38. Texas
  39. Utah
  40. Vermont (less than 3″ blade length limitation)
  41. Washington (manufacture allowed, limited possession to law enforcement and emergency personnel – see Washington Knife Laws)
  42. West Virginia (must be 21 years of age)
  43. Wisconsin (effective February 2016)
  44. Wyoming


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