Since I'm left handed, I avoided liner lock knives because the ones I'd owned or tried couldn't be easily closed one-handed with the left hand. When I bought my left hand Military, I found that I could
easily close it right handed
-- YMMV. Thus, I had no reservations about buying the right hand cruwear Military, and it quickly turned out to be one of my favorites... so I was curious about other liner lock knives, and eventually bought a Tenacious. I was surprised by the general quality and I think it's a very smooth operating knife. And, again, for me, is easy to close one-handed with the left hand. Other than the general lack of ambidexterity, which for me is only a minor inconvenience, my only gripe about it and the other value folders is the lack of a choil or ricasso. I prefer blades that are not sharpened all the way to the handle.
But I'd never kick this one out of my pocket
Acid-washed Tenacious with Cuscadi "Dr. Jones" vintage OD micarta scales (photo from Cuscadi)