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A_black linen linerless slip joint knife

Discussion in 'For Sale: Folders' started by T.A.DAVISON, Nov 29, 2009.


    T.A.DAVISON Slip Joint Knife Maker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 24, 2005
    Folder - #559
    Scales - Black Linen Micarta ......... Steel - 1/16'' ATS34 - Rc. 60 - 61
    This is a linerless folder.
    Shield - Stainless - inlaid & dbl. pinned.
    Closed - 3 5/16''
    Hollow ground ......... Hand Finished.......... Cryogenic Quenched
    Closes dead center .......... Half Stop .......... Razor Sharp.
    Very light weight - about a 1/2 ounce.
    Walk & Talk is very, very nice.
    Shipped in a protective case.
    You can say I'll take it here.
    PayPal only please.
    Thanks for the looks - any question or comments are welcomed.

    Todd Davison​


    Sold - Thanks Alex​


    Last edited: Nov 30, 2009
  2. rprocter

    rprocter Banned BANNED

    Jan 19, 2007
    Mr. Davison, this knife ROCKS ! simplicity and understated elegance.
    very classy linerless ! my favorite of these to date.

    T.A.DAVISON Slip Joint Knife Maker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 24, 2005
    THanks Roland, I do appreciate it.

    Take care,


  4. fewpop

    fewpop Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 18, 2004
    That's a sweet lil' folder Todd. I really like the shield and the way it all comes together.
  5. user24


    Nov 10, 2006
    Man I'm so so tempted. This is agony...
  6. Kimberholic


    Sep 19, 2002

    Yes I feel your pain. I'd be all over this if I had not just had a buying spree.

    Fantastic knife!
  7. woodysone

    woodysone Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 21, 2005
    If that was a wharnie it would be mine! Love your work and shocked it lasted this long.
  8. rprocter

    rprocter Banned BANNED

    Jan 19, 2007
    ahh, Woodsy, i disagree. Wharnie looks neat, but a Pen blade is excellent for a wider range of uses. this knife is PERFECT just the way it is !
    the buyer has a GEM ! (and a very useful/usable one)
  9. ruterbegar


    May 26, 2008
    Todd: I have done a little internet investigation into G10 and Micarta scale materials you have selected for these linerless jewels. What I have found is both are a byproduct from electrical insulation for high voltage and printed circuit board material industries. Both exhibit virtually no expansion/contraction over the temperature range to which a pocket knife would be subjected. Maybe it is worth a knifemaker's explanation as to the difference between micarta, G10, "linen" micarta, "canvas" micarta, and the variants of these materials.

    What can you tell us uninitiated?

  10. rprocter

    rprocter Banned BANNED

    Jan 19, 2007
    rb, i can give a partial explanation. Micarta is epoxy glue plus another material. you can use the same cloth as blue jeans are made of = blue jean Micarta; mix it with paper = paper micarta; linen = linen Micarta.
    what i want to know is the material in Westinghouse Micarta. ground up old fridges and epoxy ??

    T.A.DAVISON Slip Joint Knife Maker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 24, 2005
    Could be???? :D



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