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The Stallion Lockback is the perfect gents-sized folder, slightly larger than the Mustang. With a 71-layer high contrast stainless damascus blade and matching bolsters, this lockback is a classic design with the attributes of a high-end collectible. Properly finished, this damascus steel folder will become an instant pocket knife star in your collection. 

The damascus blade on this model is 2.65" inches long and is pre-ground, etched and sharpened. The overall length of the Stallion Lockback is 7" inches and the length when closed is 4" inches. The matching stainless damascus bolsters are pre-drilled and mount with provided socket head stainless Torx screws.  The damascus bolsters on this model are pre-radiused to assist with handle contouring. This kit comes with full hardware, including micro washers to insure smooth action. This knife kit comes with pre-machines abalone handle scales and will assist builders with limited time, tools or experience in completing a top-notch finished knife.

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General Kit Specifications
Stallion Lockback (damascus)
Skill Rating: Level II-III

Based on modification desire.
Blade Steel: 71 Layer Stainless Damascus - (8cr13 core)
Blade Edge Hardness: RC 56-58
Closed Length: 4 in. (102mm) 
Blade Length: 2-5/8 in.  (67mm)
Overall Length: 7 in. (178mm)
Handle Material: Abalone
Lock bar/Backspine: Stainless Steel
Comes with Shim Stock



Manufacturer: CKK Industries

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