My Cruwear Manix has some history you can read about here if you're interested. Still feel like I owe Evil D for the fantastic job he did with it. Basically made it a new knife.
I agree. I sort of get around it by trying to remember to put the notch of my thumb and forefinger on the back top of the Military as I draw it out of my left pocket, slipping my thumb into the pocket alongside the knife. Then the thumb is in position to open the blade as you pull it out, or the knife can be rotated a bit and the blade flipped out with the middle fingertip. This would be fine if I carried the Millie all the time, but I switch knives a lot.Lost Jaguar wrote: ↑Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:50 amAs a lefty, I am among those who can learn to operate a right-handed lock. My complaint is about clip position. I carry a couple different right-handed Militaries and the opening/closing is not as much an issue as is their single mode for the pocket clip.
They differ slightly, so it's not possible to just switch blades. The slot at the back of the tang slants up slightly to fit the lock lever... or whatever it's called by knife experts