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Deviant Friction folders

Discussion in 'For Sale: Folders' started by deviant11, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. deviant11

    deviant11 Knifemaker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    306
    Jul 20, 2003
    Got these 4 friction folders available at the moment:

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    Translucent G10 Chinese, A2 steel blade, with black gunkote finish: 160 USD

    Carbon fiber Freestyle, A2 steel blade, black gunkote finish: 185 USD

    Blue G10 Chinese, A2 steel blade, with black gunkote finish: 160 USD


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    Green/Black/Pistacho G10 Chinese, A2 steel blade, with black gunkote finish: 160 USD


    Shipping and paypal fees are included in this price.
     
  2. quattromori

    quattromori

    May 7, 2011
    Nice work here...can you tell us more details (closed length / overall length / blade length / blade thickness)?
    Thank you
    :cool:
     
  3. genewiseman

    genewiseman

    401
    Dec 11, 2010
    Cool knives. Very clean looking and original.
    Gene
     
  4. deviant11

    deviant11 Knifemaker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    306
    Jul 20, 2003
    Thank you very much !

    Blade length is just under 3 inch, to make it legal in most countries.

    Blade thickness: about .125"
    overall length: 6.5"
    Closed lenght (with long tang): 4.75"

    I almost forgot: the spyderhole is licensed offcourse !
     
  5. DD214

    DD214

    30
    Jan 21, 2010
    Wonderfully intriguing design & execution-very clean. No lock of any kind; pivot tightness controls friction? Clip? A spine shot would clear up a lot of questions, I'm thinking.
     
  6. awc

    awc

    526
    Jan 13, 2011
    I just read your interview on knifereviews.com I was thinking I should look for some of your stuff.

    Of course, as soon as I decide to spend copious amount of cash you post a bunch. I love that blue G10 too. It's hard to say no to it :(
     
  7. deviant11

    deviant11 Knifemaker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    306
    Jul 20, 2003
    Indeed no lock of any kind. When open, you put your thumb on the long tang of the knife, wich prevents it from closing up.

    No pocket clip, because it would be most likely to open up in your pocket. Best is to carry these in your small change pocket in your jeans. (small pocket at the front right)
     

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