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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OramEvad
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May 27, 2020
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Anyone here have some blade recommendations for the titanium ruk? All the #11's that fit my first round brass ruk don't extend all the way out in the titanium. Unfortunately Massdrop support wasn't able to give me any recommendation, was hoping someone here had specific make/model of #11 blade they can confirm 100% works with this little guy. 🙏
May 27, 2020
SDante
91
Mar 22, 2020
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Bit pricey for a rebadged, Chinese made knife. Blades cost under 20 for 100 if you get surgical grade, so most of the price is for the cheap knife. The milling is low quality, but at least the simplicity of it means it will work ok. No way to change the blade either unless you have the tiny torx it uses.
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Mar 22, 2020
Bflying
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Apr 9, 2020
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I found the milling and polish quite nice on my example. For those unaware, basic "Surgical Steel" anything, is the very bottom in terms of quality. Not a title you want to see if looking for quality, or at least any steps up in quality. For blades, I've switched to X-Acto Z-11. They seem much better at holding an edge than the standard blade the came with the knife. Still a great looking little Key chain utility knife
Apr 9, 2020
SDante
91
Apr 9, 2020
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Milling and polish is fine, but I'm sure you know the saying about "polishing a turd". A nice surgical steel blade will only last a few days of heavy use, but they are razor sharp, cheap as dirt and ideal for a box cutter style knife. Splurging on x-acto would be a waste of money. An x-acto is about $2 a blade, a surgical is only a few cents a blade. Both lose their edge fairly quick, surgical starts sharper and is like an x-acto after it's been dulled. Neither will cope with heavy use. Any one who's familiar with surgical implements would know they are designed to work well, not for long endurance.
Apr 9, 2020
KP78
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Jan 15, 2020
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Should not cost over 30$. $50, only if they ship it with a box of those blades as well. 10-15 blades.
Jan 15, 2020
14themoney
1268
Jan 9, 2020
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What is the reason that anyone would EVER want a plain boxcutter when this place sells them on steroids. That is the exact description for the Artisan Cutlery Proponent that is sold here.
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At over 10 ounces, I am sure that you could beat the crap out of something with it if the D2 dulled up. 9.6", opened.
Jan 9, 2020
rggb
66
Mar 8, 2020
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That is ugly, and this Ferrum Forge item is cool looking. That's probably why, even if it is less functional.
Mar 8, 2020
SDante
91
Mar 22, 2020
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Excessive, ugly, non replaceable blades, over sized. It has a use, but a standard Stanley knife would do just as well as that thing.
Mar 22, 2020
anhtice
3
Dec 30, 2019
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Lost the some parts, need spares parts :(
Dec 30, 2019
Knasflint
3
Nov 5, 2019
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They should make these for lefties
Nov 5, 2019
Salefish
0
Oct 28, 2019
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Anyone know the size of the torx case screws? I had one back out on me and I don’t want to bin the knife
Oct 28, 2019
SDante
91
Mar 22, 2020
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If you don't have the torx, try normal hex or flat blade. A set of torx is best though, they are pretty cheap.
Mar 22, 2020
pjdolan
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Oct 3, 2019
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Does anyone know the size of the small screws holding the two halves together? Over a couple of months of use, three of them have fallen out of the knife, which has left the #11 blade open in my pocket. Its kind of dangerous since I cut my finger reaching for the knife. I'm holding it together with a rubber band. I'd like to use the knife, but Ferrum and Drop will not provide me with any screws. That's upsetting but I'll buy them if I knew what size they are. Thanks for any help
Oct 3, 2019
14themoney
1268
Jan 9, 2020
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Correct me if I am wrong, but it sounds like both parties provided you with at least one screw. My condolences. I took one of the first knives that I purchased apart, and lost at least half of the screws. The seller wouldn't/couldn't replace them, so I'm hoping that CRKT will send me some. It would be most helpful to my cause if I were to send them a letter.
Jan 9, 2020
RunningRan
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Sep 4, 2019
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Really?  50 bucks??  for this??? No, thank you.
Sep 4, 2019
fish88
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May 27, 2020
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i think it has to do with titanium being the metal
May 27, 2020
PZev
59
Aug 5, 2019
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Does anyone know what the finish is made out of? What should I expect in terms of wear and tear on the color? Also, what's the best place to get good #11 replacement blades, and what brand? Online it seems like they only sell in 100-packs and I would feel like a psychopath if I ordered that haha, I just want like half a dozen or so in case the tip snaps off.
Aug 5, 2019
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