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In an exclusive collaboration with designer Darrel Ralph and American knife company, Meyerco®, we are pleased to introduce the world's first fully assisted 1911-styled knife kit for knife building enthusiasts. This model is a complete parts kit and only requires basic assembly for full functionality. While this knife can be modified and/or upgraded in many ways, it will immediately offer a detailed examination of the internal design and assembly aspects of the famous "Blackie Collins" assisted opening mechanism, one of the simplest, yet most reliable patented assisted opening mechanisms on the market. This is a true chance for knife making enthusiast's to learn and understand the design and build-out principals of assisted opening mechanics.

This exclusive kit ships with all parts and components to allow for immediate assembly and use. It features an AUS8 stainless blade with a full "blackout" finish on all exterior parts. The standard handles (included) are sure-grip styled rubber and are ready for assembly.

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General Kit Specifications
MDR 1911 Assisted-Opening
Skill Rating: Level I-II (Based on modification desire)
Blade Steel: AUS8
Blade Edge Hardness: RC 55-57
Closed Length: 4-3/8 in.
Blade Length: 3-3/8 in.
Overall Length: 7-3/4 in.
Handle Material: Black 1911 Rubber
Comes with Assist Spring

Assembly requires (T-6/T-8 Torx and Phillips Head Drivers)

* Completed kit models displayed on this web site may be modified and are for display only!


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