Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I'm more often told that I have a screw loose myself than on one of my knives. Your message sent me scurrying up to my knife drawers for the StarBenza and my WiHa hex set. I don't recall ever touching any adjustments on the knife, and when I put bit to screw just now it moved no more than 5-10 degrees before touching the slab. I couldn't see it was out looking at it in hand, so you must have one hell of an eye. Looking at the pic, I'm wondering if it might be more the crappy jobsite lighting and hi-def enhancement. Anyway, what's interesting is that I've touted this as the freest, smoothest CRK I've yet owned. When I just kiss the slab with the screw, it still is, but when I gall it down (which is almost no additional rotation) I can't even open the knife. This has always been my only knock on the 25's design, as the screwed down stop-pin is so close to the pivot as to render any adjustment there almost moot. This is why I love the floating stop-pin on the Inkosi so much. I hate putting loc-tite in any knife and would rather make an occasional adjustment for play or centering than glue any component down. I'll just keep an eye on this one as I do several others so as not to lose a screw.