Not buyin that one bit. Especially not with spyderco warranty.notfixingit wrote: ↑Wed Jun 09, 2021 4:53 pmJust wanted to say, please stop using rivets lol, I've had to toss 2 Manix 2 LW's now because the action was so junked up that soaking wouldn't get the stuff out of it.
I did the same with my Kapara. Love it. Very easy to do too! You are correct, it is very well made.tomsch1963 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 05, 2023 7:13 pmI recently disassembled my Kapara, at my own risk and responsibility, to swap the scales that have more grip than the stock CF. Very simple job and have always been very cautious about over-tightening. I cleaned, lubed, and reassembled and the action is amazing! I'm really impressed with the overall Spyderco construction that enables everything to line up perfectly.
Victorinox suggests the same method as wellWyoJon wrote: ↑Sat Jan 28, 2023 8:01 amI had forgotten a benchmade method. Benchmade says if a knife action is full of grit, mix a bowl of warm water with dish soap, and open and close the knife submerged in that water until the grit works out of the action. It does work well, even for lots of sand. Of course dry and oil after wards.
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