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spyderco caged ball bearing lock failure | BladeForums

28/10/2015· Oct 28, 2015. #11. coop1957 said: I would like to see a post that rates from easiest to hardest all Spyderco knives on the difficulty of reassele of each model. The Manix 2 is not the easiest knife to reassele. From my limited experience : Liner locks = easy. Lock backs = not so easy. Compression locks= easy.

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Manix II spring tension - Spyderco Forums

31/1/2018· Re: Manix II spring tension. Postby Evil D » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:52 pm. Guys keep in mind, a weaker spring equals a weaker lock. A softer spring means the ball is more likely to disengage the tang. It may be less fun as a fidget toy but it''s safer and stronger as a knife. All SE all the time since 2017.

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10 Frame Lock Knives to EDC in 2018 | Everyday Carry

28/3/2018· Boker Plus FR Mini. Brad Zinkler''s Boker Plus FR is another popular frame lock knife that''s received an update in 2018. This model, true to its name, brings things down to a more EDC-friendly size. It features a 2.9” sharp VG-10 stainless steel blade deployed with a flipper and held into place with a titanium frame lock.

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Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale | National Knives…

Buy Now! Spyderco folding knives that utilize a ball bearing lock. Great selection and fast shipping! Utilizing a ball bearing as a locking mechanism. The ball bearing is wedged between the tang of the blade and a fixed anvil which will hold hold the blade open and

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Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? - Spyderco Forums

23/11/2017· Re: Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? Postby wrdwrght » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:05 pm. I vaguely recall Jim Ankerson had an early saber-grind Manix2 whose cage failed. Spyderco, true to form, took the knife in for analysis and determined a …

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Spyderco''s Caged Ball Bearing Lock, compared to: AXIS Lock, Bolt …

11/4/2016· I do find the spring used on the ball bearing lock to be slightly stiff until you break it in. Many people with small hands report that they cannot use the lock one-handed. IDK about the axis lock but the ball bearing lock is self-adjusting, meaning as the ball/tang wear, the ball will just advance slightly while still retaining the strong lockup with no play.

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Spyderco''s Caged Ball Bearing Lock, compared to: AXIS Lock, Bolt Lock…

11/4/2016· I do find the spring used on the ball bearing lock to be slightly stiff until you break it in. Many people with small hands report that they cannot use the lock one-handed. IDK about the axis lock but the ball bearing lock is self-adjusting, meaning as the ball/tang wear, the ball will just advance slightly while still retaining the strong lockup with no play.

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Knife Review | HiConsumption

10/11/2021· That’s because, along with a slightly reshaped lock arm, Chris Reeve also gave the knife a ceramic ball-bearing detent within the Reeve integral lock. In practice, this means that the knife is just as secure as ever whilst also being …

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Spyderco''s Caged Ball Bearing Lock, compared to: AXIS Lock, Bolt Lock…

11/4/2016· I do find the spring used on the ball bearing lock to be slightly stiff until you break it in. Many people with small hands report that they cannot use the lock one-handed. IDK about the axis lock but the ball bearing lock is self-adjusting, meaning as the ball/tang wear, the ball will just advance slightly while still retaining the strong lockup with no play.

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Spyderco Manix 2 - Great EDC knife with ball bearing lock -

21/4/2013· SpecifiionsLength (folded): 11.6 cm (4 2/3 in)Overall length: 20 cm (7 7/8 in)Blade length: 8.4 cm (3 1/3 in)Weight: 145 g (5.1 oz)Blade material: CPM S30

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Ball Bearing Lock

14/9/2002· The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

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The strength of the Spyderco Manix 2''s caged ball bearing lock? | BladeForums…

31/10/2014· I''m here asking if anyone has done a test (or has seen one) on the lock similar to Knife HQ''s Lock Strength Test? I''d really like to know just how much a ball bearing wedged in a knife tang could hold, and if theirs any flaws with too much weight (i.e. locking up that happens to frame locks by bending to far into the locked position caused by to much weight on the lock.

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Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? - Spyderco Forums

23/11/2017· Re: Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? Postby wrdwrght » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:05 pm. I vaguely recall Jim Ankerson had an early saber-grind Manix2 whose cage failed. Spyderco, true to form, took the knife in for analysis and determined a …

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The strength of the Spyderco Manix 2''s caged ball bearing lock? | BladeForums…

31/10/2014· I''m here asking if anyone has done a test (or has seen one) on the lock similar to Knife HQ''s Lock Strength Test? I''d really like to know just how much a ball bearing wedged in a knife tang could hold, and if theirs any flaws with too much weight (i.e. locking up that happens to frame locks by bending to far into the locked position caused by to much weight on the lock.

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questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

10/4/2020· The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it’s never come close to opening in my pocket. It’s certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the BBL comes a close second.

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Buy the Ball Bearing Flipper Lock Knife - DNA LEISURE

The ball bearing system was originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion and has quickly gained a well-deserved reputation as one of the easiest opening mechanisms. The Ball Bearing Flipper Lock Knife is an ultra-slim knife that''s super sharp, the blade is 3.75 inches in length and constructed from high-grade stainless steel which aids this knifes overall strength …

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Only 8 left in stock - order soon. Cool Hand 2" Mini EDC Pocket Knife, 1.5" 440 Stainless Steel Blade, TC4 Titanium Handle, Ball Bearing quick Open and Close mechanism, Frame Lock, Keychain, Ball Chain included in Presentation Tin Box. $9.99. $9.

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Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

Description This stunning lock knife has a ball bearing mechanism for super fast blade deployment using just one finger. A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot.Very impressed. Very light in the hand. Smooth action, (honestly

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Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? - Spyderco Forums

23/11/2017· Re: Ball Bearing Lock, why not on more knives? Postby wrdwrght » Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:05 pm. I vaguely recall Jim Ankerson had an early saber-grind Manix2 whose cage failed. Spyderco, true to form, took the knife in for analysis and determined a …

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Ball Bearing Lock

14/9/2002· The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

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Spyderco''s Caged Ball Bearing Lock, compared to: AXIS Lock, Bolt Lock…

11/4/2016· I do find the spring used on the ball bearing lock to be slightly stiff until you break it in. Many people with small hands report that they cannot use the lock one-handed. IDK about the axis lock but the ball bearing lock is self-adjusting, meaning as the ball/tang wear, the ball will just advance slightly while still retaining the strong lockup with no play.

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Buy Ball Bearing Knives | Ballistic | Speed-Safe | Knives UK Here! - …

Ball Bearing Flipper Knives! Gone are the springs, these knives are special. They feature ball bearing washers that allow the blade to open smoothly around the pivot point with the help of a blade flipper on the tang of the knife. They work in an almost identical way to spring assisted knives, except there are no springs!

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questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

10/4/2020· The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it’s never come close to opening in my pocket. It’s certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the BBL comes a close second.

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Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

Description This stunning lock knife has a ball bearing mechanism for super fast blade deployment using just one finger. A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot.Very impressed. Very light in the hand. Smooth action, (honestly

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Knife Pivot Bearings - Knife Technology Explained at …

The Ball bearing pivot (open): Also known as an uncaged ball-bearing pivot system, this type of bearing uses open ball bearings at the blade pivot. The balls are held in place in machined reliefs in either the blade or the handle. A knife using this type of bearing includes the IKBS bearing pivot. The bearings are loose, inside of the releaf

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Inside Kershaw Opening Systems - Pocketknives | Kershaw Knives

Opening with a Thu Disk, Manual: Hold knife handle in one hand. Place thu on the thu disk. Push outward on the thu disk. Continue pushing and follow as you rotate the blade out of the handle and lock it into place. . Kershaw Knives. 8.45K subscribers.

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Inside Kershaw Opening Systems - Pocketknives | Kershaw Knives

Opening with a Thu Disk, Manual: Hold knife handle in one hand. Place thu on the thu disk. Push outward on the thu disk. Continue pushing and follow as you rotate the blade out of the handle and lock it into place. . Kershaw Knives. 8.45K subscribers.

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questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

10/4/2020· The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it’s never come close to opening in my pocket. It’s certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the BBL comes a close second.