Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Hi Guys, I recently acquired a Sebenza 21 Eyes (B/D 9/21/2009 - no Idaho Stamp) in what I feel was a very fair deal. Which is pretty cool in itself since I've want a CRK since I first read about them in the early '90s in Outdoor Life or something like that. Finally got one! Anyway, curiosity got the best of me and out came the Torx drivers and off came the scales. Inside I found the old style washers and I began to think about reassembly and lubrication. More specifically, since there are no perforations, whether to use fluorinated grease or something like Nano-Oil 10. My take is that the perforations are meant to take advantage of the properties of what CR feels is the optimal lubricant for his knives. But since there are no perforations, wouldn't a good lubricant of the type that was used when the knife was manufactured be more appropriate? I know that some may feel that sending the knife in for washer replacement is called for - but I'd kinda like to keep it old school - being an OLd_gUY and all. So, what do you folks think? Thank you in advance for any input.