Children's Knife Kit

By Klecker Knives


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Here is a great way to teach kids about knife safety and the mechanics of how a folding knife works. This real working model of a lock-back knife enables young outdoor enthusiasts to build their very own folding knife. The smooth rounded plastic edges make it safe for kids ages 7 and up with adult supervision. Just like the original Nathan's Knife Kit, this kit is a great way for adults to teach youngsters about the function and safe handling of a folding knife while imparting the safety concerns of a real knife. Kids love building and taking apart Trigger Knife Kits over and over.

  • Materials: ABS plastic
  • Made for a Lifetime: Maker will repair or replace all Klecker Knives products excluding the wooden handle for the KLAX
  • Creates one working model of a functioning lock-back knife
  • Great way to teach children about knife safety
  • Rounded blade edges for safety
  • Easy to assemble
  • Ideal for children 7+
  • Adult supervision recommended
  • Knife safety handling instructions and tips included
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Unassembled: 7.3" x 4.2" x 3.2"; Assembled closed: 4" x 1" x 0.5"; Assembled open: 7" x 1" x 0.5"
  • Weight: 0.06 lb.

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Great product


Using it to teach our grandson knife safety in Cub Scouts.


learning Knife Safety


I'm giving this knife model to my 5 year old grandson, with permission from his parents, so he will learn how they work. And to be a tool to learn knife safety. He loves Legos and putting any and everything together! I'll review this product after Christmas. Hope you make a six shooter next! Donna G.More > < Less

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Knives for the whole family—even the kids!

About Klecker Knives

Knives for All

Teaching knife safety to your kids used to be a rite of passage, and for good reason. Klecker Knives wants to revive that tradition, so they’re as serious about their knives as safety education.

Glenn Klecker created the Trigger Knife Kit so his son, Nathan, could learn proper knife use. With supervision, kids can build, take apart, and rebuild the plastic prototype. In the process, they understand safe handling while gaining respect for knives.

Glenn also puts his passion into creating high performance cutting tools for avid outdoorsmen. On a camping trip or in an emergency, The KLAX is both a multi-tool and an axehead. Without this handle it’s got seven different functions—from a hammer head to a hex wrench and a knife. With the right branch you can even fashion your own handle out in the field. Its innovative clamping system grabs onto an impressive range of wood sizes.

Another Klecker favorite is the Abiqua knife. When out hunting or camping, this low profile tool gets tough jobs—like skinning and gutting—done.

With his commitment to creating effective tools and advocating knife safety, we say Glenn is certainly sharper than most.