Ok, here's a question I should have asked long ago. It pertains to liner locking knives especially. How on earth do you lubricate the knife without at least a small amount of the lubrication getting on the locking part of the tang? I've tried for several years now and I can't figure out a way, short of taking the knife apart, lubing just the washers and then putting it back together, that I can apply lubrication to the pivot without some getting on the locking part of the tang. The best way I've found(the way that ultimately leaves less lube on the lock) is to open the knife all the way, and spray or put drops of the lube down from the top of the handle. That is, from the pivot side of the handle towards the end of the handle where your pinky finger would usually rest. Any better ways?