jackknifeh wrote:Being able to take your knife apart for cleaning is worth about as much to me as the knife itself, almost. I've always used knives that cost less than $20 so replacing them after they fell in a mud hole or something was easier than with a $100+ knife (for me anyway). That IS definately another reason to love a knife. Knowing this is an easy option gives me a peace of mind about carrying them also. Congratulations of finding this out through experience. Back locks are a little more difficult but after one or two times they are easy too. The only other knife I've taken apart is a Manix2. For that one I'm very glad I had a youtube video to guide me. The order you put the parts back together makes it pretty easy or a lot harder. But now you can feel comfortable about your Sage being used and if a little dirt gets in there a 10 minute project will clean it up.
senorsquare wrote:I haven't had any problems taking any of mine apart. The key step for me is putting a couple of layers of painters tape on the edge so I don't slice my hand up trying to get it back together.
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