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    Dual Detent Friction Folder


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    Hi All,

    Here's another modern friction folder with dual detent springs. The detents engage the blade when it hits the stop in both open and closed position with a little "click". This one shouldn't come open in your pocket. Here's the particulars...
    Blade is ATS34 -hollow ground and satin (belt) finished
    Scales are Ruby Red G10 with very thin white G10 liner
    Frame is 0.05" titanium -jeweled inside
    Couple of decorative mosaic pins
    Backspacer is micarta
    Overall length is just over 7"; 4" closed; blade is 3" tip to scales

    Price is $175 with U.S. shipping included. Paypal works or PM for other options. First "I'll take it" does. Questions/comments always welcome. Thanks for lookin! -Phil Tham

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    That is nice an I like the Red G-10, very reasonable price also.

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    Great looking knife, with a great price! I like it alot. Should sell in no time.
    D.C.L Knives-thanks for all your help and support!
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    Thanks fellers!

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    Howdy,

    I'm new around these parts but have been enjoying the threads and learning quite a bit. I've accumulated a few nice knives over the last couple years from makers such as Bark River, Chris Reeve and Peter Atwood (pocket tools). I've been wanting something custom for sometime and just never pulled the trigger. Several weeks ago Phil posted the knife pictured below and it just spoke to me. I could not be happier with the purchase and the experience was first class all the way. I found Phil and his knives on this great forum, so thanks all around.

    Just a perfect companion for the foreseeable future which I'll someday pass down to my son.

    Cheers,
    Chris R.
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    Thanks for the kind words Chris!

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    Have any LH flippers?
    Buy quality.......you'll only cry once !

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    Hey Tony...you know I might just have one in the not too distant future

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    Just trying to keep you on yout toes Phil.
    Buy quality.......you'll only cry once !

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    Is this still available please?

    Quote Originally Posted by txwoodchip View Post
    Hi All,

    Here's another modern friction folder with dual detent springs. The detents engage the blade when it hits the stop in both open and closed position with a little "click". This one shouldn't come open in your pocket. Here's the particulars...
    Blade is ATS34 -hollow ground and satin (belt) finished
    Scales are Ruby Red G10 with very thin white G10 liner
    Frame is 0.05" titanium -jeweled inside
    Couple of decorative mosaic pins
    Backspacer is micarta
    Overall length is just over 7"; 4" closed; blade is 3" tip to scales

    Price is $175 with U.S. shipping included. Paypal works or PM for other options. First "I'll take it" does. Questions/comments always welcome. Thanks for lookin! -Phil Tham
    Hi Phil
    I am interest in this.
    Can you advise me if it is still available please and will you post to the UK?
    Many thanks
    Wayne

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    Hello Wayne,
    The knife is still available and I'd be willing to send it to the UK. I'm not familiar with the duties, taxes, etc, so you'd have to take responsibility for those. I charge $20 to send a small flat rate box via priority international mail, but once it leaves the states I doubt I will have any control over its fate. Holler if you want to give it a shot. Thanks! -Phil

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