Jeremy Robertson small El Patron with thumb hole opening acid washed blade riding on caged bearings. This thing is slick. The XHP is convex ground and flies out of the handle. It lies dead center when closed and has solid lockup.
Two thick titanium slabs form the handle with one serving as the frame lock. They too have a dark acid washed finish combined with antique bronze anodization that give it a gnarly look. Five milled grooves on the front bump up the grip. The lockbar has a hardened steel insert that not only provides smooth function but also acts as an over travel preventor. Thick notches on the spine of the blade and smooth contoured handle edges make this El Patron difficult to put down.
Easy operation, tough reliable lockup and just an outstanding size for the average medium hand. The El Patron includes a single position tip up carry titanium pocket clip, lanyard hole and open standoffs construction. Comes in a space tube and reads CC EL PATRON 15 USA on the inside of the handle. Brand spankin' new El Patron folder direct from maker Jeremy Robertson.
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