Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! got one out of curiosity. first post on this sub forum but not my first ontario knife. interesting design no steel liners, nested full liner lock appears maybe the pocket clip screw is involved in the structure of it? most shocking thing was two screw construction holding the knife together and internal stop pin appears on one side of the scale and blade and its a g10 groove that stops the blade and acts as the stop pin. so g10 as a stop pin. so my questioning is how durable is this design in testing done? more so long term of the g10 stop design. i would expect on simple box opening paper cutting etc would last a long long time, but what about things with more force and torque such as widdling wood and trimmimg or cutting through harder plastics etc. where more force would be applied over and over in years of use. to clarify im not asking on silly tasks for a folder like batoning wood or chopping or any task beyond a folders ability. the simplicity of this design seems ingenious for cost cutting, but im not yet sold on long term durability. appreciate y'alls input and experiences with it. thank you.