Rike Knife 1504 Series Titanium Frame Lock Folders

Rike Knife 1504 Series Titanium Frame Lock Folders

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Rike Knife has quickly earned a reputation for its precise machine work, and the these titanium frame locks are a great example. The blade, which measures nearly 4 inches long, is crafted from M390 steel for excellent edge retention and corrosion resistance Read More

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JediJon
204
Feb 27, 2021
It would be cool to have some of the other colors available instead of just the ugly yellow one.
Dan-AT-Hiker
39
Feb 25, 2021
I've had the knife for a few years. Great EDC blade. Excellent value 😎👍
VipeX
191
Feb 24, 2021
Still selling these...I mean, it's a good knife but this is a 2015 model, when was this batch produced?
mdeous
227
Feb 24, 2021
Given that only the yellow one is available, pretty sure they're just leftovers from an old drop they're trying to get rid of.
method_burger
556
Feb 27, 2021
yeah, really feel like they havent bought any new products, and only trying to get rid of their current inventory these days =(
Natzi
7
Jan 25, 2019
I Got this knife but for some unknown reason mine has a different pivot and glad it does mine on the show side has the Rike logo on the pivit instead of a torx hole, also the Gray on massdrop is painted gray mine is raw titanium Gray with titanium screws I did however pay 220.00 from white mountain knives.
dreamsky0505
7
Jan 24, 2019
Does any one know where the knife is made?
AmateurLineman
6
Jan 24, 2019
Rike Knives are made in China
theupandcoming
114
Nov 21, 2018
Wish this was the blade with the fuller.  
Hatuletoh
835
Oct 1, 2018
I was browsing through comments in this thread related to previous drops of this knife, and I noticed a few saying that this was a great deal for a knife with M390 blade steel. And I dont dispute that necessarily, but if anyone is still looking for inexpensive M390 (and really, any self-respecting knife fiend ought to be looking for inexpensive M390 steel at all times, hence this post), dig on into the list of ended drops and request the Kizer Cutlery Mini Dorado Skully Flipper Knife Titanium. Here's the BladeHQ page for reference, but note that the listed price of $250 is not the drop price, nowhere near it; the MD price I paid, and that has been offered at least twice, and likely more, is $99: https://www.bladehq.com/item--Kizer-Cutlery-Mini-Dorado-Skully--50166
Now, the Rike 1504 and the Kizer Mini Skully aren't a perfectly congruent comparison by any means: the Skulky has a 3" blade. .75" shorter than the 1504; and there's no question the Rike knife is a much better looking knife overall. But both are flippers, both have full Ti bodies, and both are made in China, so if the question is down to the best possible price on a reputable maker's M390, well...not for the first time, Kizer is the best deal by a wide margin. $151 wide, to be precise.
Also, I love my mini Skully. It's one of two Kizers I own that gets regular pocket time, no small accomplishment these days, with competition from dozens of knives from my favorite brands like Pro-Tech, ZT, Boker, Spyderco, Mcusta, and a couple dozen Microtechs (for now), most of which have M390 blade steel. But even still, I carry my Skully--the mini, anyhow; it's big brother stays in the drawer.
Hatuletoh
835
Nov 22, 2018
The 0393 is one of my all-time favorite knives. So much so that I own all three versions, the standard blue bodied one with a CPM 20CV blade, and the two sprint runs, which have S35VN blades. And I've tricked them out with Hinderer hardware and some carbon scales on the blue one. But I seriously doubt we'll see any lower price than the $240 (or $220 for the sprint runs), considering that the MSRP is $300 or $320, something like that. $240 is as low as Kai will let anyone go. The only time ZTs go on sale is when they're being discontinued. Speaking of which, BladeHQ has that Sinkevich/Rexford collaboration (cant recall the #) on sale. It's usually priced at $320, but the sale price is $228, I believe. And I mention it because its. strictly thumb stud deployment Alternately, I just picked up the new Emerson-designed 0640--also thumb stud only, or thumb disc, I suppose. Very nice deployment despite washers instead of KVT; ergos arent my favorite, but I love ZTs so much I just buy whatever they put out, since a bad ZT is still better than most other companies' best.
ponagathos
508
Nov 22, 2018
Yes, probably wishful thinking on my part. I did get the 0620 Emerson in Elmax for $169 when it was discontinued and I guess was hoping for a similar deal.
Seilomouc
5
Sep 29, 2018
The pix of this one show a leather or “leatherette”(?) pocket sheath and a cloth, but from the comments here it seems this knife doesn’t ship with either of those items. That’s shabby. Worse yet, this one has shipping charge. I recently bought MD knives that cost ~1/2 and ~1/3 of what this one costs. and neither had shipping charges, so the shipping charge here is even shabbier. FFS! Display some integrity and don’t show pix of what buyers don’t get when we order this knife. While you’re at it, lose the “Ships to US” obfuscation, be forthcoming and state what the shipping charge is in the write-up.
MaxwellDemonic
833
Jul 19, 2018
Does anyone know if Rike does it's serialization by color? I'm 109 with the blue.
MaxwellDemonic
833
Jun 25, 2018
Damn you Rike, why do two drops back to back like this... Now I'm gonna have to buy it.
Kavik
5464
Jun 29, 2018
It has it's issues (see my review if curious), butI'm actually really really enjoying it
I'll fix the detent eventually, but I've already been carrying it more then anything else since i got it
MaxwellDemonic
833
Jun 29, 2018
I've been carrying my Native 5 more than anything, it replaced my Delica in the rotation.
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