Hey Weston, knives like yours are pinned together with rivets and not designed to be disassembled although they can be by drilling out the rivets. A job best left to an experienced cutler and host likely costing more than the price of your knife when new.
I clean my pinned knives between the scales with a small artist’s brush while holding the knife edge down and the tang and lock area with the edge up so not to push grit back into moving parts. I apply a drop of oil to the pivot and maybe lock bar pin as required and wipe away all access (with a lint free cloth) as it tends to attract grit.
For what it’s worth I have a few pinned knives that I don’t think I’ve ever lubed.