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Old 10-25-2013, 04:42 PM   #561
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Just picked this one up from LA police gear, hope it's as good as the reviews claim it to be.
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Just picked this one up from LA police gear, hope it's as good as the reviews claim it to be.
You will like it. It's a solid knife with good size to it. I really like nine. It would be one of first choices for any use.
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You will like it. It's a solid knife with good size to it. I really like nine. It would be one of first choices for any use.
nice. Thx for the comment.. Lookin forward to trying it out.
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Old 11-01-2013, 04:55 AM   #565
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That is bull sh** glad he is OK but army rules are so stupid this days
It's been like that for a long time.
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Here's one I just finished for a customer.
I would like to know how this knife works. It's the leverletto, right? Or at least the same action?

And, I would like to know about how much they run. I looked at your website, but I couldn't find pricing. Maybe a video of how it operates would be cool. Because I'm kinda thinking the lever would not get along well with my pocket!

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Let's discuss it here!
The lever lock (that is a custom lever lock, not a Leverletto, BTW) is probably the safest auto mechanism made. When closed or open, the lever is in the down-or "safe" position. Only when opening or closing the knife is the lever folded up. This mechanism is not only safe, but easy to use. The blade construction at the tang is stronger than most plunge locks.
There are videos on You Tube of lever locks operating. Just do a search.
Here is a picture of a custom Leverletto that I made.



Here is a picture of a custom lever lock I made, with the lever folded to the "locked" or "safe" position.


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I've had take this picture from the web because i cannot make one because my camera is broken
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I've had take this picture from the web because i cannot make one because my camera is broken
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