Maverick Custom Knives Frame Lock Front Flipper Harpoon Clip Stonewashed BG42 Vintage Micarta Folder 4480
The Maverick Custom Knives Frame Lock Front Flipper is a simple, straightforward cutting tool built for hard use. The design, construction and finish are practical and utilitarian while still affording some unique aesthetic appeal to your collection. This piece comes with a dark stonewashed BG42 harpoon clip point blade, vintage linen Micarta front scale and blasted and tumbled titanium frame.
Brand new, direct from Maverick Custom Knives, USA.
Blade: The stout harpoon clip point blade rides smooth on durable phosphor bronze washers with the jimped front flipper tab allow for fast or controlled opening. Equipped with a blasted and tumbled stonewashed finish, the non-reflective blade hide wear from use, while BG42 stainless steel offers balanced performance and ease of maintenance. A high saber grind and clip point swedge provide balanced performance and durability for heavy use. A comfortable thumb scoop offers enhanced leverage.
Handle: Thick slabs of subtly contoured titanium and Micarta are joined with barrel spacers in an open back construction. The front scale is visually appealing vintage linen Micarta, delivering modern performance with classic style. A rock solid titanium frame lock is smooth in operation with secure lockup and finished in a utilitarian blasted and tumbled matte gray. The neutral design accommodates multiple grip options with an index choil for added safety in the forward grip. Includes a zippered nylon pouch with signed information card.
Carries via a right hand, tip-up 3D Damascus pocket clip.
BG42: Developed as an aerospace bearing steel, BG42 is a high wear stainless steel produced through a double vacuum melted process for high cleanliness. Performance is similar to CPM154 class steels with good toughness, corrosion resistance and ease of sharpening and enhanced edge retention.
|Opening Mechanism||Top Flipper|
|Handle Material||Micarta, Titanium|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|