jpm2 wrote: ↑
Sat Aug 15, 2020 4:59 pm
Mister X wrote: ↑
Sat Aug 15, 2020 4:34 pm
If you want to make your screw constructed knives the equivalent of riveted, red or blue loctite should be able to accomplish this, whereas I can't see the opposite possible.
I’ve seen that recommended. If Spyderco ever makes another run of the Kahr Delica, I’ll probably give them a try. Who knows, maybe I’d find that I’m OK with screw construction.
Buy a regular saber grind and make it yourself (or have someone do it) in 10 minutes on a bench grinder. You can even have full or partial serrated if preferred.
Sounds like you might be interested in one of these:
https://5x5combatsolutions.com/shop/ols ... delica-r-4
Michael Janich is once again personally customizing Spyderco Delica 4 Lightweights to create “snubby” versions with legally friendly 2.5-inch blades. Janich meticulously regrinds the blade to a clip-point profile, “crowns” the clipped section with a radius, and removes the jimping (textured grooves) on the thumb ramp. He then polishes the spine of the blade to eliminate any abrasive surfaces that could cause damage during high-speed, full-power application and hand “laps” (polishes) the action to ensure smooth, one-handed operation. The blades of these knives are also laser engraved with Janich's signature and the word "custom" to indicate their elite, limited-edition status. Every knife comes in its original Spyderco box, which is personally autographed and comes with a hand-signed certificate of authenticity with Janich’s personal “chop.”