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Grindhouse Knives Titanium Slim FOK Flipper Wharncliffe with Damascus Backspacer

Manufacturer: Custom Knives

Model: CU-2886


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The Grindhouse Knives FOK Flipper is a beefy hard use knife from Sam Jones. This ultra tough titanium folder is super robust and made to take on the world. This thinner framed version of the FOK has a dark tumbled frame with two-tone finish wharncliffe blade, bronze ti hardware, and stainless steel damascus backspacer. Sam's ultra cool unobtanium pocket clip tops off the knife with it's three dimensional visual depth finish.

The Blade: XHP wharncliffe blade has a pronounced down curved blade with swedge. Tumbled blade has horizontally rubbed satin flats with stamped Grindhouse logo. Extremely deep index finger choil helps to form the integral flipper on the blade and a secure grip. The easy to deploy blade rides on ball bearings for smooth and quick opening with a push of the flipper.

The Handle: The thickness of the frame has been reduced about 35% over a regular FOK. This makes the knife both lighter and even more comfortable to hold in the hand for some users. Maintaining the same FOK shape, it features the same pistol grip style handle ergonomics with aggressive notching along the butt end of the handle and near the choil. Damascus back bar has been drilled for a lanyard and extends to a point past the end of the frame for use as a strike point.

Grindhouse Knives is a manufacturer of handmade, high end, and tactical custom knives. Proudly made in Kansas City, Missouri. right in the heart of the USA. The Owner Sam Jones is an award winning knife maker with years of experience in the crafting of custom steel.


Overall Length 8.81"
Blade Length 3.50"
Sharpened Length 3.00"
Blade Thickness 0.21"
Blade Material CTS-XHP
Steel Type Stainless
Opening Mechanism Flipper
Lock Frame Lock
Closed Length 5.37"
Handle Thickness 0.50"
Handle Material Titanium
Sheath Fleece Pouch
Weight 7.80 oz.
Country of Manufacture United States