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Did you use some sort of jig for grinding? Yes, it's always good to know when to stop. I learnt that on my own. Big Smile "Ganzo F713M":https://goo.gl/kDLNVu today. It also begs for modding. Smile !{width:100%}https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rIakr7BeBlc/WziXoRtwRSI/AAAAAAAAfYI/_H673ifWW...!

Can you give an opinion about this new back lock Ganzo?

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Did you use some sort of jig for grinding? Yes, it’s always good to know when to stop. I learnt that on my own. Big SmileGanzo F713M today. It also begs for modding. Smile

Can you give an opinion about this new back lock Ganzo?

Sure! What I like:
- EDC friendly size,
- excellent fit and finish,
- solid lock-up without any blade play,
- perfectly centered blade,
- adjustable/removable thumb studs (legal carry for example in Germany),
- deep carry pocket clip.

I’m not a big fan of the bead blasted finish on the blade so sooner or later I’ll give it a satin or a stone washed finish. I would prefer full G10 handle scales because in my opinion the exposed liners at the end of the handle are only design elements.

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Yeah, it’s easy to get pens for Parker refills but difficult for those lame old style thin refills
I thought there must be adaptors for that but I couldn’t find one

And on that Fura blade I used a belt grinder on job with a maybe 20cm wheel, I can measure it later
I have no work rest that’s why I couldn’t make a straight hollow grind with a flat ground tip
The finest belt I have is 80 grit but after a good polish it’s not rough anymore (even though I’d prefer something like 200 at least)

I guess I’ll stonewash it later, I just must resist to grind it again to reduce some of the mistakes I made
From my I learned job that the trick is to stop when you can’t make it any better instead of continuing to make it worse Wink

Now the blade swings much better than when it was a folding prybar Silly

Did you use some sort of jig for grinding?
Yes, it’s always good to know when to stop. I learnt that on my own. Big Smile

Ganzo F713M today. It also begs for modding. Smile
!{width:100%}https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-rIakr7BeBlc/WziXoRtwRSI/AAAAAAAAfYI/_H673ifWW...!


Well, I think jig is the wrong term, it’s more a holder and a grind stop

I had to do it freehand as there’s no workrest mount on our belt sander

I like that Ganzo with the SOG OEM pattern, too, but I wish they would have left more G10 where the pinky finger grabs it
I get the point to leave the lanyard hole this way, if I’d make scales I’d only leave away the material at the butt though

The clip would have to become as thin as behind the circle, this way it’s looking too bulky

I guess I’d prefer an F-753M1 or a small version of the F7621 if they ever make one

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It would be fastastic to see some land-sanrenmu knives with frame lock with disc, replaceable frame lock, ball bearings and… a flipper Smile
A step more.

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It would be fastastic to see some land-sanrenmu knives with … replaceable frame lock, …

?? You mean steel insert like on titanium folders Question
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isti242 wrote:
Did you use some sort of jig for grinding? Yes, it’s always good to know when to stop. I learnt that on my own. Big SmileGanzo F713M today. It also begs for modding. Smile

Can you give an opinion about this new back lock Ganzo?

Sure! What I like:
- EDC friendly size,
- excellent fit and finish,
- solid lock-up without any blade play,
- perfectly centered blade,
- adjustable/removable thumb studs (legal carry for example in Germany),
- deep carry pocket clip.

I’m not a big fan of the bead blasted finish on the blade so sooner or later I’ll give it a satin or a stone washed finish. I would prefer full G10 handle scales because in my opinion the exposed liners at the end of the handle are only design elements.

Hi Isti – I noticed recently on your blog that someone commented about a Ti/CF Decepticon 2 clone with Damascus blade. You don’t happen to know where he got it from do you? My mate is after one.

Paul

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Hi Paul,
As I remember he got it from DHgate.

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Cheers Isti

Yeah my mate had seen one on there – he was hoping to get it a bit cheaper.

Thanks buddy

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It seems that d2 steel in fura knives is not good. Or it is not d2 or is a d2 with a very bad heat treatment. Al least tested in a pair of models.

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It seems that d2 steel in fura knives is not good. Or it is not d2 or is a d2 with a very bad heat treatment. Al least tested in a pair of models.

I’d say the one above is better than 8Cr13MoV/AUS-8, maybe on par with SRM’s 12C27 or better
The D2 on my Malyshev Gnome is only bettered by the ZDP189 on my Caly 3 and the S35VN on my Vespa Neon
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It would be fastastic to see some land-sanrenmu knives with frame lock with disc, replaceable frame lock, ball bearings and… a flipper Smile A step more.

A couple of new full sized frame-lock Sanrenmu flippers arrived to GB with Sandvik 12C27 blade and Beta Lock safety switch / lock-bar limiter. As I know they also run on bearings. So the only thing you will miss is the lock-bar insert. Wink

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Well, I think jig is the wrong term, it’s more a holder and a grind stop

I had to do it freehand as there’s no workrest mount on our belt sander

I like that Ganzo with the SOG OEM pattern, too, but I wish they would have left more G10 where the pinky finger grabs it
I get the point to leave the lanyard hole this way, if I’d make scales I’d only leave away the material at the butt though

The clip would have to become as thin as behind the circle, this way it’s looking too bulky

I guess I’d prefer an F-753M1 or a small version of the F7621 if they ever make one

Freehand? You must have steady hands! Thumbs Up
How would you cut notches like these (GreenThorn F95) into a flipper tab?

I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:

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Well, I think jig is the wrong term, it’s more a holder and a grind stop

I had to do it freehand as there’s no workrest mount on our belt sander

I like that Ganzo with the SOG OEM pattern, too, but I wish they would have left more G10 where the pinky finger grabs it
I get the point to leave the lanyard hole this way, if I’d make scales I’d only leave away the material at the butt though

The clip would have to become as thin as behind the circle, this way it’s looking too bulky

I guess I’d prefer an F-753M1 or a small version of the F7621 if they ever make one

Freehand? You must have steady hands! Thumbs Up
How would you cut notches like these (GreenThorn F95) into a flipper tab?

I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:
!{width:80%}https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ouThEGqtaVw/W0ILKcPla9I/AAAAAAAAfg8/GZHEJlcvE...!


Freehand indeed, the clamp is only there to get the right spot where the grind ends and the ricasso begins
I have to use a belt grinder everyday, even though I very rarely grind metal
I’ve made 2 “test pieces” before grinding that blade but it was easier than I thought
It’s not 100% perfect and I only have a P80 belt which is rather coarse on steel but I’ve seen worse grinds already Silly

Those cutouts you could probably also cut them on a bandsaw and a fresh metal sawblade to get it square but for the fine work I’d use diamond files
Maybe a handsaw or a diamond wheel on a dremel tool would work as well but I guess it would take some practice to get the cutouts in the right deepness and distance to each other
For jimpings you can use hand checkering files (better before hardening) but they only work well without a curve and they are rather expensive (when I was looking into the topic they started at around $60 iirc)

Edit: I think I have to thin the blade on my Real Steel Griffin soon
Such a great knife but the blade is just a tad too thick
No hollow grind on that one though as long as I couldn’t use a 2m benchstone Wink

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isti242 wrote:
I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:

Sorry, can you tell me more about the Fura Gear mini knife? I’ve just seen it on your photo. I’m don’t know much about knives, but that caught my attention!
Thank you in advance Thumbs Up

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Freehand indeed, the clamp is only there to get the right spot where the grind ends and the ricasso begins
I have to use a belt grinder everyday, even though I very rarely grind metal
I’ve made 2 “test pieces” before grinding that blade but it was easier than I thought
It’s not 100% perfect and I only have a P80 belt which is rather coarse on steel but I’ve seen worse grinds already Silly

Those cutouts you could probably also cut them on a bandsaw and a fresh metal sawblade to get it square but for the fine work I’d use diamond files
Maybe a handsaw or a diamond wheel on a dremel tool would work as well but I guess it would take some practice to get the cutouts in the right deepness and distance to each other
For jimpings you can use hand checkering files (better before hardening) but they only work well without a curve and they are rather expensive (when I was looking into the topic they started at around $60 iirc)

Edit: I think I have to thin the blade on my Real Steel Griffin soon
Such a great knife but the blade is just a tad too thick
No hollow grind on that one though as long as I couldn’t use a 2m benchstone Wink

I guess a bandsaw would be the best to do that. Since my choice of power tools are quite limited I’ll try to cut the notches with a dremel and a handsaw after some practice. Smile

Why don’t you try to add a scandi edge to your Griffin?

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I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:

Sorry, can you tell me more about the Fura Gear mini knife? I’ve just seen it on your photo. I’m don’t know much about knives, but that caught my attention!
Thank you in advance Thumbs Up

It’s a fine mini folder with nicely finished chamfered/rounded lines all over it. It’s a non-locking design (like a friction folder) but it’s also equipped with a kind of “detent lock” which helps to keep the blade in opened or closed position. The handle, the backspacer and the pocket clip are made of titanium and the blade runs on bearings. In closed position it’s disguised as a bottle opener. Smile

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Freehand indeed, the clamp is only there to get the right spot where the grind ends and the ricasso begins
I have to use a belt grinder everyday, even though I very rarely grind metal
I’ve made 2 “test pieces” before grinding that blade but it was easier than I thought
It’s not 100% perfect and I only have a P80 belt which is rather coarse on steel but I’ve seen worse grinds already Silly

Those cutouts you could probably also cut them on a bandsaw and a fresh metal sawblade to get it square but for the fine work I’d use diamond files
Maybe a handsaw or a diamond wheel on a dremel tool would work as well but I guess it would take some practice to get the cutouts in the right deepness and distance to each other
For jimpings you can use hand checkering files (better before hardening) but they only work well without a curve and they are rather expensive (when I was looking into the topic they started at around $60 iirc)

Edit: I think I have to thin the blade on my Real Steel Griffin soon
Such a great knife but the blade is just a tad too thick
No hollow grind on that one though as long as I couldn’t use a 2m benchstone Wink

I guess a bandsaw would be the best to do that. Since my choice of power tools are quite limited I’ll try to cut the notches with a dremel and a handsaw after some practice. Smile

Why don’t you try to add a scandi edge to your Griffin?


I think the blade is too thin for that and honestly, I don’t like Scandi grinds
They are ugly to me, the only one I’d buy is a Mora knife if I’d ever do bushcrafting/camping
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isti242 wrote:
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isti242 wrote:
I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:

Sorry, can you tell me more about the Fura Gear mini knife? I’ve just seen it on your photo. I’m don’t know much about knives, but that caught my attention!
Thank you in advance Thumbs Up

It’s a fine mini folder with nicely finished chamfered/rounded lines all over it. It’s a non-locking design (like a friction folder) but it’s also equipped with a kind of “detent lock” which helps to keep the blade in opened or closed position. The handle, the backspacer and the pocket clip are made of titanium and the blade runs on bearings. In closed position it’s disguised as a bottle opener. Smile

Thank you for your quick and detailed answer! Yesterday I’ve was searching for this knife and found several alike, but under different names (In AliExpress Stores). Guess I’ll try one, seems good enough to try it Wink
Thanks again!

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isti242 wrote:

How would you cut notches like these (GreenThorn F95) into a flipper tab?

I’m EDCing my slightly modded TwoSun TS85 Tank today:
!{width:80%}https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ouThEGqtaVw/W0ILKcPla9I/AAAAAAAAfg8/GZHEJlcvE...!

Get what’s called a “checkering file”.

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Thank you for your quick and detailed answer! Yesterday I’ve was searching for this knife and found several alike, but under different names (In AliExpress Stores). Guess I’ll try one, seems good enough to try it Wink
Thanks again!

You’re welcome!
I also have another version from AE. They’re almost identical but the blade of the Fura version is thicker (3.9 mm vs. 3.3 mm).

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Get what’s called a “checkering file”.

I’ll have a look at those files. Thank you!

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Thank you for your quick and detailed answer! Yesterday I’ve was searching for this knife and found several alike, but under different names (In AliExpress Stores). Guess I’ll try one, seems good enough to try it Wink
Thanks again!

FYI I finished my review about this Fura friction folder / bottle opener with plenty of pics.

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Thank you for your quick and detailed answer! Yesterday I’ve was searching for this knife and found several alike, but under different names (In AliExpress Stores). Guess I’ll try one, seems good enough to try it Wink
Thanks again!

FYI I finished my review about this Fura friction folder / bottle opener with plenty of pics.

Thank you mate, gonna look into your review Wink
This knife’s look is growing on me! I only have a small knife and 2 a bit bigger (this & this) and wanted to try another small one, with “reverse” pocket clip ! So this FURA or the AliExpress versions seem to be a nice option Cool

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I do have one question: does this knife open easily on a pocket? That may be the only drawback, in case it does open easily!
Thanks for the review Wink

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I do have one question: does this knife open easily on a pocket? That may be the only drawback, in case it does open easily! Thanks for the review Wink

It hasn’t opened in my pocket yet. Smile Since it has a tip up carry pocket clip and a sheepfoot blade without a tip which will sit in your pocket against the rim of the pocket it’s not likely it’ll cause any problem.

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I do have one question: does this knife open easily on a pocket? That may be the only drawback, in case it does open easily! Thanks for the review Wink

It hasn’t opened in my pocket yet. Smile Since it has a tip up carry pocket clip and a sheepfoot blade without a tip which will sit in your pocket against the rim of the pocket it’s not likely it’ll cause any problem.

Thank you once again for answering my questions Wink I will definitely get one of these Wink Just have to decide where from Cash

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