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It opens smooth and locks up nice. I had concerns about the liners extending past the scales, but that hasn't been an issue.
It came plenty sharp from the factory, though who cares, I'll put a better edge on it regardless.
I did notice that the liner lock was only somewhat engaged if I opened the blade slowly, but it seems to have worn in from playing with it and engages positively now.
It's an elegant blade with a fine point, agile would be the word I'd use to describe it.
The grey is basically gray-blue, not blue-gray. The photos are accurate.
If this knife was made in the USA and used a more premium steel it would be $300+, hell, if the company was more prolific it could go for $150-200 while made in China (with the better steel).