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Massdrop x Ferrum Forge RUK Titanium

Massdrop x Ferrum Forge RUK Titanium

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The dynamic duo of Elliot and Chris Williamson, better known as Ferrum Forge, has earned a solid reputation for their large, aggressively styled custom knives—but the adept brothers have other tricks up their sleeves, too. Enter the RUK Titanium: the latest version of the small keychain-ready utility blade that weighs just 0.7 ounces (nearly half as light as the previous copper and brass versions) Read More
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Are the blades easy to replace?
Dec 14, 2019
Easy is relative. You do have to remove the screws to pull the two halves apart to replace the blade. Easy? Sure. Fast? Not so much.
Mar 6, 2020
NO They are NOT easy to replace. In fact I'd say they are impossible to replace. They require a mysterious Torx wrench to remove the heinously tight screws. Ferrum over tightens them because somebody complained about them coming loose. Now they are impossible to remove. And Ferrum Forge and Drop are absolutely no help resolving the issue of not being able to open the knife,
ZeeDanI used a T6 Torx bit to unscrew the screw on my Ruk. Seemed pretty easy to me.
Jul 2, 2020
ZeeDanMysterious Torx wrench? Pretty standard in every electronics kit. There are more screw heads than just a Phillips and flat head believe it or not. In fact, every screwdriver bit set from Home Depot comes with Torx nowadays.
May 23, 2021
I finally had to replace my blade and found that it was more difficult than it had to be... The screws were fastened a bit too much and oddly the #11 blades are not standard shaped. The slots are too small on X-Acto (which is probably the most popular hobby knife brand).
How long does each blade last?
Dec 14, 2019
as long as any hobby knife blade and depends what you use it for, if you need it super sharp all the time you are going to replace it often. if you just need something to open boxes it will last forever.
Dec 15, 2019
What type of blades fit ..#11 does not and I have seen mention before, I have the copper one and a #11 fits perfect but not so with Ti..please help?
when buying replacement blades make sure you get #11 but there's two versions. the one with the short hole is the wrong one you need to get the blades with the longer/taller hole. i found that x-acto Z-brand blades fit well. just make sure that when looking at the eye-hole on the blade it looks really long/tall
Mar 24, 2020
It does NOT lock so you don't have to worry about poking yourself? I probably misunderstanding something here, but wouldn't locking prevent it from poking you?
Mar 29, 2020
There is a spring that creates tension holding the blade in. You have to purposefully extend it to expose the blade. Haven’t had any issues.
Apr 22, 2020
I have 2 of them and end up just pulling out one of my pocket knives to get same result..
Dec 11, 2020
Want to get rid of one?