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I'm not on the list. I like a good framelock!
Can you add Slipjoint as an option.? As thats the only type I can legally carry here, I would have to go with that.Otherwise it would be a Fixed blade but only when I am in the "sticks" as then I can justify having it
Benner, I am being very precise here but a Slipjoint works on a Friction lock or even a tension lock via a backspring, metal tension, metal memory etc etc.So technically a slipjoint still has a "lock"
No I am not. By definition there is no mechanism involved to release the blade, no button, no lever no catch etc etc therefore its legal.I wonder what would happen if someone made a slippie with one hell of a friction hold
There's a Spyderco that uses magnets to lock the blade open. I wonder how that would be looked at in the UK? Technically it has no mechanical doodadery that holds the blade open, so would it be viewed as a slip joint?Def