My friend stops by and she has a pocket knife...I immediately take it from her for sharpening. What she thinks is a $20 folder is a small Sebenza. It’s a mess so, I refurbish...clean, sharpen, oil and assemble. Two questions: 1: The action is poor. The two screw near the pivot cannot even be snug for it to operate. I’ve had a few knives like this and some locktite usually holds a loose screw. Question is I don’t have any experience with CRK. My PM2 flicks open quicker than 1/2 a heartbeat and my Benchmade 940 has NO resistance...none. Hold axis lock and gravity will open or close...no resistance. What is the Sebenza like? 2nd Q: the frame lock or liner lock or w/e you call the release; sticks hard. It needs a light filing to not stick. This lock release takes a strong thumb to break it loose from its position in order to close the blade. It is now assembled and honed but I don’t want to return it to a lady in this state. Also, I didn’t add locktite yet or file the frame-to-blade impingement. Does CRK offer restoration (of a perfectly clean and wickedly sharp but poorly functioning knife)? https://imgur.com/a/4vGKFpp Any comments are appreciated.