SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – California-based Harbor Freight Stores is recalling more than one million folding knives because the blade lock can fail, causing people to cut themselves.

Seven people have reported the three-inch knife failing to lock; of those, six people got cut and four of them needed to get medical attention.

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The Gordon-brand knife is stainless steel and has black metal on the handle. The handle has five cutouts on each side and a silver-colored metal belt clip attached to the back. The word “China” is printed on one side of the knife blade and “Stainless Steel” on the other.

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Credit: Harbor Freight Tools

The knife sold for about five dollars from July 2008 to July 2019 at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide, including online.

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Customers who own one of the 1.1 million recalled knives should immediately stop using them and return them to a Harbor Freight Tools store. You will get a five dollar store gift card plus sales tax.