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Discussion in 'We Knife' started by Ryan Thompson, Oct 17, 2018.
Any news on the mini buster? That’s my favorite upcoming knife period lol
Nvm I just seen the other post. Fingers crossed for May/June then
Yeah, looks like it’s going to be May. I do think I need one of these.
Any one have a release month on the Black Void Opus?
let me check on that. IIRC, the Black Void Opus release date is not yet firm, but it's definitely coming.
It’s almost May!!! The anticipation is real haha. Wondering if it’s gong to be early or late May.
I don’t know. Things have been pretty quiet from them and slow to release new products with everything going on in the world.
Any word on the tweezers?
The Mini Buster is released! Might take a little time to get them into dealer inventory, but hopefully soon.
What are the specs and ETA for Black Void Opus front flipper?
Black Void Opus:
OAL: 6.86", Blade: 2.84, Closed Length: 4.20
ETA at this time is around early September, but the exact time is still pending.
Still planning to make the tweezers that were shown at SHOT?
What are weight, blade thickness, handle thickness, etc.?
Why is it a chisel grind? Weird to have that on a small folder.
Yes, the Terzuola tweezers are still a planned release. We are finalizing the design details and prototype details after its debut at SHOT show.
Blade thickness is approximately 3.2mm / .13 inch.
I'll have to contact Justin to find out the reasons behind the way the blade is designed.
Is the Mini Buster a limited run? I've heard conflicting info on this. I've heard "limited to 400" and continuous production. Also can I ask what dealers will be getting them?
Can't wait! They look fantastic!
The Mini Buster is planned to be a regular production product.
The thickness of the Black Void Opus blade is 3.2mm/0.126 inch. We will publish the weight before the product is released.
As for the chisel grind, Justin posted this:
When designing this I was playing with positive and negative space - or the voids, so to speak. This is what got me playing with the internal milling and how it effects the negative space between the scales. This also gives a unique flow to the inner edges of them. When it came to the blade, the chisel grind was almost like creating a void space as well, because there is no grind on the front. For me, this continued the idea or theme that I was exploring and really tied everything together nicely.