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Massdrop x Eric Ochs Orca Titanium Liner Lock Knife

Massdrop x Eric Ochs Orca Titanium Liner Lock Knife

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If anyone understands the importance of a good knife, it’s Eric Ochs. Growing up in the Oregon countryside, Ochs naturally gravitated toward knives for outdoor pursuits, and in the mid-2000s he made his first one Read More
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What is a liner lock knife?
Jonduncan316
44
Dec 19, 2019
Lol a frame lock with pants on.
code59656
15
Dec 13, 2019
A liner lock knife is any knife that has a bar inside the handle that will hold the blade open after it is flipped open, away from the handle. This bar or liner lock, functions is the exact same way as a kickstand for a motorcycle. Just like how a kickstand stops a motorcycle from collapsing, the liner lock stops a knife blade from collapsing back into the handle while in use. Once you push in the liner lock, the blade can then be rotated back into the handle.
bigpappasmurf
12
Dec 13, 2019
A Linerlock knife has a side-spring lock that can be opened and closed with one hand without repositioning the knife in the hand. The lock is self-adjusting for wear. The modern Linerlock traces it's lineage to the late 19th century, but in the 1980s the design was improved by American custom knifemaker Michael Walker. The linerlock's locking side liner is split from the top toward the bottom, similar to an automotive leaf spring (also called a lock bar) that butts up against the tang of the blade to prevent the blade from closing.
What is a Harpoon blade profile?
bigpappasmurf
12
Dec 13, 2019
Harpoon style blades are marked by an upward ramp on the unsharpened back of the blade. This ramp gives the blade the resemblance of a whaling harpoon with its sharp barb, hence the name.
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What's the best way to sharpen and maintain this?
Jonduncan316
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Dec 19, 2019
ceramic low grit and work your way up or to use a sharpening rod system if you’re not skilled on a stone yet. Maintain with a strop or honing rod in my case. Strops add compounds that aren’t always edible and I like to be to able to put my knife through food media for my son and for myself without that chemical taste or contamination. Keep some olive oil on the blade and RWL -34 will hold up for a long time. Very good steel choice here.
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Grizzly-_-G
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Jul 6, 2020
DO NOT PURCHASE THIS KNIFE UNLESS YOU ARE WILLING TO WAIT AT LEAST 3 MONTHS AFTER THE SHIPPING DATE TO RECEIVE THE PRODUCT. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED.
liamwg
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Jul 6, 2020
Same boat :(
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AZRAELL33
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Dec 20, 2019
Since the carbon fiber versions are limited to just 400 are they numbered?
AZRAELL33
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Dec 21, 2019
I will answer my own question I guess. No they are not numbered. At least mine was not.
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